MACH success for Unison and Nukon laser

The Unison and Ingenium Integration/Nukon team at MACH 2022
The Unison and Ingenium Integration/Nukon team at MACH 2022

MACH 2022 was an unprecedented success for tube bending specialist Unison – the inventors of all-electric tube manipulation, and for its sister company Ingenium Integration – the exclusive UK and Ireland distributors of European-built Nukon fibre laser cutting machines.

During the event, Unison sold one of its newly launched Synergy hybrid multi-stack tube bending machines, while Ingenium Integration sold two Nukon fibre laser machines. One Nukon machine, the Eco 315 2D 4kW model on display at MACH, is now on its way to leading commercial gym equipment manufacturer, Exigo-UK. The other Nukon fibre laser machine, a 6kW model, has been purchased by a specialist in architectural metalwork. Between them, Unison and Ingenium Integration secured just short of 200 serious enquiries at MACH 2022.

“It was wonderful to be able to exhibit our world-class technologies at MACH once again,” comments Unison joint managing director, Alan Pickering. “With significant performance enhancements to our Breeze range of all-electric tube manipulation machines, our brand-new Synergy range to showcase, and the highly accessible range of Nukon fibre laser machines from Ingenium Integration, we had an awful lot to catch the attention of visitors.

“Talking to prospective customers during the show, we gained the clear impression that confidence is back in manufacturing and that companies of all sizes are ready to invest in the machine tools and technologies that will help them achieve their goals.”

Such was the success of Unison’s attendance at MACH 2022, the company has already booked its space at MACH 2024.

“Rather than having two stands - one for Unison and one for Ingenium Integration with Nukon - as we did this year, we will be bringing all our technologies together on one much larger stand in two years’ time,” added Mr Pickering. “As for now, we’ve a very healthy order book to fulfil and a lot of MACH-based enquiries to pursue.”


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