Once again, Kanya UK will be returning to the Southern Manufacturing Show next month, with a demonstration of ergonomic production lines. You’ll find us at stand B215 from the 5th to the 7th February 2019.

Held at the new exhibition venue launched last year, it boasts 20,000m2 of purpose-built exhibition space based at Farnborough in Hampshire. In its’ 30+ years of running, it now attracts large manufacturers, but the show has continued to support SME’s too, in order to provide a diverse range of suppliers to the engineering industry. And all under one roof.

This year, the focus for Kanya UK is ergonomic production lines. This follows the launch last year of the Ergoplace brochure from Kanya. This is a new workplace range of furniture and equipment solutions, designed to create efficient production lines. Demonstrated at stand B215 will be a brand new example of a Ergoplace workbench. A range of accessories to help drive an efficient production line will be demonstrated on the workbench. In addition, the Kanya electric box lifter will demonstrate how to create an efficient workflow from floor to workbench and onwards.

Kanya UK will also be demonstrating other application examples such as a display cabinet, as well as their exhibition stand itself. This will give visitors just a few ideas from the endless possibilities. Back by popular demand is their extrusion wall; not for climbing but for demonstrating the many profiles and accessories offered by the Kanya range.

And of course, the event would not be complete without meeting our Kanya UK team. Tony Ferreira, our Southern Sales Specialist and Steve Taylor, our Northern Sales Specialist, will be available throughout the 3 day event to discuss your ideas and give advice on solutions possible. So please do bring along your sketches, drawings and specifications with you for a consultation.

We look forward to seeing you at stand B215 from the 5th – 7th February.

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Our latest product newsletter October 2018 is now available. We round-up the latest case studies and product news from Kanya UK.

This time next week, we’ll be at the Robotics and Automation Exhibition in Milton Keynes. We’ll be at stand 624 demonstrating a robot enclosure, previously supplied to clients’ Fanuc. The octagonal enclosure also features in our newsletter, but if you’re attending the event, please say hello to our friendly sales team and ask them about the enclosure.

We also feature two other case studies. Firstly, a rather unusual application…

We were lucky enough to be involved with the restoration of the iconic Alexandra Palace in central London. Kanya panels have been used to infill the orchestra pit in the east wing of the building, which is being renovated to create a brand new birthplace-of-TV experience.

A great example of an enclosure is the one is has been provided to TMD Technologies. The waist height cabinet is a safety enclosure, protecting personnel whilst testing is in progress.

We also feature our latest projects being undertaken in the factory, as well as a sneek peak of some of the designs that we have been working on, developing our workbench solutions.

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Kanya are celebrating another successful attendance at the Southern Manufacturing Show, Farnborough Five. With examples of applications made using Kanya, our Product Specialist Tony Ferreira was kept busy with lots of visitors to the stand.

If you didn’t get chance to visit us, why not get in touch and we will see how we can help you with your next build project.



Kanya will once again be exhibiting their aluminium build system at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Exhibition. Held at FIVE Farnborough from 12th – 13th February, you will easily find Kanya, all in red, at stand N65.

Our Kanya Product Specialist, Tony Ferreira, will be demonstrating a selection of aluminium extrusion samples and accessories, as well as exhibiting some application examples.

If you would like to book a meeting with us, please get in touch.

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Hope to see you there!