DesignCentrix was busy running between the North and South halls of Chicago’s McCormick Place for co-located ProMat and Automate
2015 this past March. We had the opportunity to help two of our manufacturing and automation clients create their own space at the largest expos for their industries.
At ProMat, we worked with Campbell Marketing, whose clients are Daifuku and Wynright. The combined technologies of Daifuku and Wynright make them a leader in developing innovative material handling systems. After working with Campbell since opening our doors, we were given the opportunity to partner with them at ProMat for the first time. With their creative direction, we designed a 55’x25’ space to house large machinery with operating robotic arms that anchored the space. The most impressive feature was a custom hanging structure with three 80” TVs that loop content from a ground-based source.
DesignCentrix’s Account Manager, Kellie Donato, enjoyed partnering with Campbell on this show. “Having a long standing working relationship with Campbell makes it easy to provide custom rental items to their various clients without the learning curve of working with a new client for each exhibit. We know each other’s strengths and our services complement each other for a successful show experience for the end client.”
Featuring both their manufacturing and automation side at ProMat and Automate was our client, Datalogic. While DesignCentrix has worked with Datalogic for over 11 years, we welcomed the opportunity to connect directly with Datalogic’s Automation division for the first time at these shows.Matt Zink worked on the project to expand our relationship with Datalogic. “This project came to fruition as a result of the successful booth execution at the 2015 NRF show. Having familiarity of the exhibit requirements and aesthetic of our past relationship with Datalogic made the ProMat and Automate space an easy experience for both us and the client.”
For Datalogic’s Promat exhibit, the 15’x25’ space included four LED backlit workstations that floated off the back wall structure. Two 50”
TVs also displayed the story of the products being displayed at the show. Their Automate exhibit was larger, a 25’x30’, and had a double-sided TV stand in the center of a conveyor belt display. This booth also included four interactive workstations offering information on their products.
ProMat and Automate 2015 allowed us to reconnect with two long-standing clients to create exciting new exhibits. We value their partnerships and look forward to our next opportunity to collaborate.