Advanced Engineering UK 2011 | NEC Birmingham UK | Good response from participantsMüller Ahlhorn
Ahlhorn | Birmingham | 16.11.2011
The Dr. Dietrich Mueller UK Ltd and Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH presented themselves together for the first time at this year’s “Advanced Engineering UK 2011” trade fair.
This exhibition, held in Hall 20 at the NEC Birmingham UK, combined British technological skills with up-to-date information on the technology, innovative techniques and input from key industries such as composite design & manufacture, aerospace, power generation and storage as well as the development of printed industrial electronics.
From 09. until November 10th, all participants who visited our booth 1222 showed great interest in our high-tech products such as Flexiso (flexible insulation) and Rigidiso (sheet material). In addition, special emphasis was placed on the new generation of premium aramid papers from the ArpaxX brand. The managing director of Mueller (UK) LTD, John Nock, commented: “The exhibition was better than expected and very well attended.” The official numbers of the organizers this year are: the total number of visitors over 2 days – approx. 6,700, 330 delegates, approx. 130 presentations at the fair and approx. 3000 companies were represented.
The good quality of the inquiries and the good response from the participants showed that the participation of the two companies in this major event was a success.
As a global supplier of electrical insulation materials, thermal conductivity products, seals and technical foils, the company works hard to achieve its goals, which are set out in the corporate mission statement 2015, in order to further maximize customer use of the products and thus customer satisfaction.
Dr. Dietrich Müller GmbH
For over 35 years, the company has supplied the electrical and electronics industry with its wide range of components and insulation systems for transformers, wind generators, and electric cars and motors.
We supply components and insulation systems for solar systems, wind turbines, electric cars and electric motors.
We use materials such as Nomex for this purpose®, Mylar®, Norton TH®, Ultem®, EPGC 203, GFK, ArpaxX® with various manufacturing processes to produce ready-to-install parts.