Ceratizit to support Manufacturing Solutions Ireland

by Paul Fanning

With strong sales within the growing manufacturing sector in Ireland Ceratizit UK & Ireland will return and play a role in the Manufacturing Solutions Ireland conference and exhibition taking place at the Limerick Institute of Technology on Wednesday, 12th June 2019.

This popular event is co-hosted by the Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) & GTMA and, provides a focal point for all things manufacturing related in Ireland, with opportunities to discuss real-life scenarios with leading suppliers and see the latest manufacturing technology first-hand.

Ceratizit UK & Ireland has been active within Ireland for many years, working closely with some of the leading manufacturing companies across a range of sectors including aerospace and medical. It has also worked closely with the Limerick Institute of Technology providing the latest cutting tool technology and applications advice to students, supported by its team of applications and technical sales engineers based in the Republic of Ireland. “Manufacturing Solutions Ireland provides us with a further opportunity to put across the power of the combined brands within the Ceratizit Group, these being Cutting Solutions by Ceratizit, Komet, WNT and Klenk, all of which provide leading-edge tooling technology, but can combine to create the optimum manufacturing solution,” says Adrian Fitts, Ceratizit UK & Ireland’s Business Development Manager. “We are proud to be associated with the success story that is manufacturing in Ireland and our attendance at Manufacturing Solutions Ireland simply reinforces our commitment to the manufacturing sector there.”

The event will see over 100 exhibitors taking part. Ceratizit UK & Ireland can be found on stand 43, with visitors able to get advice on the wide range of cutting tools from its technical sales and applications engineers Jerry Warren and Shane O’Donnell. In addition to stand-based activities, Ceratizit UK & Ireland will be highlighting the latest cutting tool developments throughout the day on the Fanuc machining centre located within the LIT workshop.

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