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Trophex is the exhibition for the trophy, awards and personalisation industry whether you are an exhibitor or a visitor. The show attracts many companies who exhibit every year as well as many new ones. The quality of people who attend the show is always high, Trophex is an essential show for the industry and the perfect exhibition for exhibitors to unveil new technologies and launch new catalogues.

New exhibitors to Trophex 2011 include HPC Laser Ltd. The company is the UK and European distributor of LaserScript C02 laser cutting and laser engraving machines. They supply laser cutting and engraving systems with an impressive range of lenses, sheet products and spares all from their UK stock.

We also welcome back Liquid Lens; they previously exhibited at Trophex back in 2008. The company has been in business for almost 10 years and has manufactured their own range of promotional products for the past 4 years, during which time they have enjoyed rapid growth. Their product range includes an array of items such as confectionery, key chains, coasters, promotional packaging and leather – to name but a few!

Sales Print and Display Ireland (Mullingar Crystal) are also new exhibitors to Trophex 2011. The company produces an impressive range of products including crystal art, trophies and cups, as well as golf style prizes, plaques and corporate awards.

Visitors to the show can gain a valuable insight into exactly what is available on the market, allowing them to make a much more informed decision about which companies and people they should deal with.  Visitors can discuss queries face-to-face allowing them to take home valuable information and use it in their business.

The industry is so vast and Trophex represents every aspect of it including trophies, engraving - machines and materials, glass and crystal, sublimation, photo imaging, badges, pins, giftware, signage, lasers, decals, embroidery, gifts, promotional merchandise and many more profit making lines.

Visitors to Trophex 2011 will be greeted by the sounds of engraving machines, digital printers and embroidery machines all whirring into action and making this two-day exhibition really come alive. The event takes place on Sunday 16th January and Monday 17th January 2011 – the Sunday opening is a great opportunity for business owners to visit.