SERAPID to Exhibit at Fabtech 2015 in Chicago
Sterling Heights, MI, Oct 9, 2015 -Serapid, Inc., a leading supplier of die handling technology will be participating in the annual Fabtech Exhibition held this year at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL, November 9-12, 2015.
Serapid produces quick die change systems and equipment for the metalforming industry. The products Serapid offers include specific die change systems as well as a complete line of standard and custom-engineered die change systems, covering virtually any requirement posed by current manufacturing methods.
Fabtech is North America's largest metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event. The show will cover more than 550,000 square feet with an expected attendance of over 35,000 industry professionals. The trade show features interactive exhibits, educational programming, and networking opportunities, with approximately 1,500 companies exhibiting.
“Fabtech provides a great opportunity to meet face-to-face with the manufacturers and talk in-depth about their specific needs, commented John Remington, QDX Sales Manager, “Here at Serapid we have the engineering capabilities to design a solution to fit nearly any load transfer application”. Serapid will be in booth S4106.
Serapid will have a variety of samples, including clamps, Rigid Chain and other components and will have its resident die handling experts in attendance. Serapid will be offering free passes to the show, please contact Carol Herriges at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winner of multiple awards in product design and excellence, Serapid, Inc. (www.serapid.com), is a leading supplier of lifts, quick die change and horizontal transfer systems. Serapid specializes in Rigid Chain Technology (RCT) for applications in diverse industries including architecture, nuclear, medical, defense, steel, automation, engineering, manufacturing, theater, and entertainment. Serapid has a longstanding commitment to continued innovation in product design as well as to providing leadership in the advancement of engineering practices worldwide.