With a show cycle of every three years, the International Plastics Showcase (NPE) landed in Orlando again in 2015. With over 2,000 exhibiting companies, NPE dominated the Orange County Convention Center for for over three weeks, including the move-in and move-out of 1.12 million square feet of floor space.
In an 80’X90′ exhibit space, Wittmann/Battenfeld showcased some impressive technology with a robotic process that changed stock car tires. Their exhibit featured an elevated cafe-style meetings space that measured 32′ X 26′ with a custom bar we created that ran the 32′ length.
With a wrap-around hanging truss system, we were able to get their branding high to attract visitors from across the show floor.
Exhibiting in a 40’X 80′ booth, HPM North America also required plenty of floor space for their machinery but wanted their branding to stand out. We accomplished this with a hanging sign and corner towers that still allowed visitors easy access into and out of the exhibit.
Another of the larger booths we designed and built was for Pelletron, in a 30′ X 40′ space. This design fits their mid-size machinery displays and still leaves room for two seating areas as wee as a storage area skinned with their product messaging.
When a large island booth is not part of a company’s strategy, many work with the alternative of an inline booth, like our partners at M&P Manufacturing and at GCM who both exhibited in 10′ X 20′ spaces.
For more examples of the booths we worked on at NPE, check out our Photo Gallery on Facebook!