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AIS completes the latest round of exhibitor events

A busy May / June sees our teams attend four exhibitions in four weeks.


It’s been an exciting few weeks for the expert teams throughout AIS. After two years of restricted travel and events, we’ve been making the most of the busy exhibition schedule and have enjoyed seeing familiar faces and meeting new people at the various shows we’ve attended recently.

In late May, our ContraFlex® team exhibited in Bergamo, Italy for the International Valve Summit (IVS) and introduced visitors to our bespoke products. It was a record-breaking year for IVS, where over 12,000 people stepped into the Bergamo Exhibition Centre which spanned an impressive 15,000 square metres thanks to the addition of a third hall.

Then, our Hippo Leisure division attended both Why Sports and Elevate in the same week. The latter is the UK’s leading cross-sector trade event dedicated to physical activity, physical therapy, and sports performance where we exhibited our range of interactive water play products to thousands of attendees.

Finally (for now), we travelled to Southampton for Seawork 2022 – Europe’s leading commercial marine exhibition between 21-23 June. The event took place across two purpose-built exhibition halls and was a huge success for both our Manuplas and ContraFlex® solutions.

Our teams are already planning their next series of events, so watch this space; we’ll be announcing more exciting plans to showcase our innovative products and bespoke solutions to new audiences soon.


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