This year’s Multimodal exhibition has been described as ‘the best one yet’ by Spaciotempo, as the temporary buildings market leader announces that it is planning something even bigger and better for IMHX.


The company has revealed that it has been working on its stand for the event over the last few months and is looking forward to revealing its most daring set up yet for the premier intralogistics show. It follows a hugely successful Multimodal exhibition, during which Spaciotempo received the highest number of enquiries ever experienced before. Managing Director Scott Jameson said that IMHX, which takes place at the NEC Birmingham from 13th- 16th September 2016, will showcase the company’s immediate solutions for supply chain businesses.

“The planning for IMHX has been intense, and we’re close to being able to unveil how our stand will look. This key event in our calendar gives us a chance to meet with people to discuss their individual requirements. We’re noticing a lot more industry awareness around temporary structures and the benefits they deliver, which is helping us to enjoy a great first half to 2016,” he commented.

This year has already been a busy one for Spaciotempo, with the business supplying temporary building solutions to companies including Husqvarna UK, Kuehne+Nagel, Greenvale, and North Kent Distribution. This is in addition to providing a temporary structure following the recent discovery of ‘Britain’s Pompeii’ at Must Farm Cambridgeshire, supplying retractable tunnels to a number of industrial and leisure customers including Leicester City Football Club, and making big strides into the Irish distribution market.

Scott Jameson said that the variety of work the business is committing to demonstrates the flexibility of temporary structures.

“Our solutions can be installed and removed very quickly, with little environmental impact, and used in a range of locations, even in secure places such as petrochemical and nuclear sites. It is the convenience, the durability, and the flexibility of temporary buildings that are making them such an obvious solution for businesses looking to maximise space capabilities, improve stock control and movement, reduce fulfilment times, and accelerate growth, he explained.

“Once we install a temporary building, the benefits are quickly recognised and often businesses continue to return for additional structures. Every project is unique, so our solutions are all bespoke.” Spaciotempo is on stand 11N11 at this year’s IMHX.

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