As well as the usual display of products, TPA will be taking visitors on a virtual trip around some of the events it has been involved with over the last year. Specially designed graphics will be displayed on ‘pods’, and feature some of the typical “Problem Solution” type challenges which TPA has overcome, hence the strap line and stand theme “TPA to B. Problem Solved”
Additionally TPA will be demonstrating two of the newest, cutting edge turf protection products. Designed and manufactured in the UK, event organisers will be able to trial the second generation terratrak plus® product. Made from heavy duty polyethylene, and weighing just 25 kilograms per tile, this panel is no light weight and capable of supporting loads up to 150 tonne. The system can be lifted by hand into position and is ideal for concert build ups when fork lift trucks or cranes are needed to manoeuvre and install weighty equipment. The lighter duty terraflor®, will also be on display and is ideally suited as pedestrian walkway, marquee flooring or general purpose ground protection. Fast to deploy (a typical football pitch being laid in 8-10 hours), terraflor’s® features have been designed to encourage light, and air to pass through the tile meaning that the grass beneath is not adversely affected.
“We’re really excited about this year’s Showman’s Show as we’ll be introducing not only new products but also a new corporate image too! We always look forward to welcoming both our existing and potential new customers to our stand. Our team of experienced Field Sales Engineers will be on hand to offer advice and guidance to event organisers, who want to discuss their access or ground protection needs” commented Amanda Cruxton- Chance, TPA’s Business Development Director. “Displaying our new products, will help demonstrate our capabilities in the turf protection market as well as the more traditional markets we serve. The graphics will highlight some of the more challenging and diverse elements of our work which we thrive on.”
TPA will be occupying its usual position at the corner of Lew Spencer Avenue, opposite the organisers’ office at this year’s show which takes place at Newbury Showground on 20th - 21st October.