Showman's Show spotlights Morris Site Machinery's innovation
Revolutionary lamp head Halo was lauded as a star performer in Morris Site Machinery's successful attendance at this year’s Showman’s Show.
We used our premiere themed stand to showcase our innovative and quality products to a positive reception by the events industry.
The first public demonstrations of Halo, a powerful, anti-glare next generation lamp head, were particular highlights. The robust equipment, which fits on our celebrated SMC TL90 lighting towers, delivers 360 degrees 1200W diffused light from four 300W LED quadrants.
It has been developed to provide an even, impressive spread of light with an anti-glare diffuser which can operate in extreme conditions.
The show also saw the launch of our new compact but powerful TL60 Trolley Light, which can be handled by a single operator, for indoor or outdoor use. With world-class power generation products from SMC, Inmesol and Denyo on display too, the stand drew plenty of visitors.
Richard Denholm, Sales Director at Morris Site Machinery, said: “We mounted a strong display of our equipment which generated keen and positive interest. Seeing Halo in action for the first time certainly impressed people and showed why we are so excited about the impact it will have.
“We had a number of strong inquiries from event hire companies and hirers from sports events which we are confident will lead to sales. The Showman’s Show is an opportunity to promote our innovation and quality to existing and potential customers; we are delighted it went so well.”Back to news
Latest News from The Morris Group
Pallet Sized Perfection - Compact and Transportable
Leading light and power supplier Morris Site Machinery has developed a static eight-metre lighting tower that offers a neat and highly transportable new option for the industry.
Morris Site Machinery: Lighting up 2018
Morris Site Machinery will provide world-class machinery solutions to the hire industry as it debuts new products and lighting innovations at the 2018 Executive Hire Show.