TR Fastenings, the global specialist in the design, engineering, manufacture and distribution of industrial fasteners and Cat C fastenings, will be exhibiting at Northern Manufacturing & Electronics 2019, which takes place from the 2nd-3rd October 2019 at EventCity in Manchester.
Northern Manufacturing and Electronics is ‘one of the key marketplaces for industrial technology, components and engineering services in the North, and an un-missable event for the region’s manufacturers and their associated supply chains.’
TR engineers, manufactures and distributes industrial fasteners to OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers in sectors ranging from automotive, electronics and domestic appliances, and has 32 global locations including 8 manufacturing sites. The continued investment in equipment, resources and skills in these facilities enables the development of innovative fastening solutions, such as the newly launched TR patented EPW screw, a self-extruding thread-forming screw designed for use in thin sheet metal. TR also supports emerging sectors such as Electric Vehicle (EV) charging and EV battery (EVB) technology with its combination of fastener product ranges and industry expertise.
At Northern Manufacturing, TR will be exhibiting a full range of industrial fasteners, including its own branded fasteners for sheet metal, enclosure hardware, fasteners for plastic, security fasteners, and plastic hardware, as well as special fasteners designed and manufactured to customer drawings. The EPW screw will also be on display at the show, with TR engineers on hand to talk through its applications and benefits.
Kevin de Stadler, Sales Director of TR Fastenings, comments:
“The chance to discuss our products and services with potential customers is always valuable and Northern Manufacturing will give us a great opportunity to share our expertise and demonstrate the breadth of our product range.
“The fact that the show covers such a large variety of sectors, disciplines and specialities means we can not only reach a wider audience but also partake in conversations about the issues and market conditions affecting each aspect of the manufacturing industry.”