Advanced Machinery Services is frequently adding new machinery to its range and improving its services, showroom and support for its customers. To that end, over the 15-16th of May, the company is holding its annual AMS Spring Fest at its showroom in Skeffington.
During these two days, all companies from the woodworking industry are welcome to the AMS showroom where they will find more than 35 machines on display, with experts on hand demonstrating how the machines work, with customers trying the machines, tooling exhibitions, and experienced staff available for questions, special discounts vouchers and free bar and food all day for all visitors.
New heavy-duty multi rip saw
The most recent addition to the company’s impressive Wadkin Bursgreen range is a new heavy-duty multi rip saw – ready to demonstrate to interested visitors.
AMS director Steve McGloin says: “We are delighted to show all our visitors our new SJ 95/120 multi rip saw because it was a suggestion from our customers. We like to listen to our customers and ask them what they need in their workshops to have success, and then we try to get it for them.”
There will be a large range of planer moulders, high speed crosscuts, panel saws, many Wadkin classical machines and much more on show.
All the machines on display will be available to purchase so it is an advantage for visitors that they will be able to get them in their workshop only days later – and not have to wait for ages, which sometimes happens in this industry.
Steve says: “We like to organise at least two exhibitions in our showroom in Leicestershire every year, because we like to invite our customers to our home to thank them once more for trusting us and to show them all the new machines and services that we are adding to our range. It’s always nice to see them and have a chat, face-to-face, not always through email or phone – we like to take care of customers and offer them the best engineers, services and support.”
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