Expanding Horizons: A Journey Through Leading Exhibitions

Over the past twelve months, ACI has actively visited numerous key industry events and exhibitions. These have proven invaluable opportunities to gain insights into emerging manufacturing trends, connect with customers and partners, and ensure our competitive edge. 


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At the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Show and the International Mechatronics and Robotics Conference, we explored innovations in cobots, motion controls and emerging technologies that are shaping future factories. By understanding where the industry is heading, we can refine our automation solutions to exceed customers’ needs now and in the years ahead.

Shows like Foodex, GulFood Manufacturing, ProPak Asia and PPMA offered a view into the rapidly changing food production and packaging industries. Connecting with regional suppliers and manufacturers enabled strategic conversations on collaborating to serve these growth markets.

Our team also attended Ireland’s Construction and Quarry Machinery Show (CQMS 23), gaining insights into specialised equipment, and fortifying its position in construction and quarrying. This stop demonstrates ACI’s adaptability and determination to thrive in diverse industry landscapes.

As always, ACI has invested in developing our employees’ skill sets. The Employee Ownership Conference inspired new levels of engagement in our pioneering company culture.

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Underpinning all our exhibition activity is the goal to fortify relationships throughout our ecosystem of partners, vendors, and customers. By continually expanding our horizons, we strengthen bonds and position ACI at the forefront of industry evolution.

Most importantly, these events fuelled our team’s passion for learning. The insights gained will bring innovation within ACI as we continue improving our offerings. With an inspired and engaged workforce armed with the latest market knowledge, we look forward to shaping the future of manufacturing.