It’s Showtime!

At Shufflebottom, we’re pleased to announce that after two years when we haven’t been able to meet our valued long-standing customers and prospective customers face-to-face, we’re back! We will soon be part of the real world again, attending a series of high-profile UK-wide agricultural shows. And we can’t tell you how excited we are about this.

Our show season kicks off in May and goes through until mid-July as follows:

  • The LAMMA Show 4-5 May, 2022 National Exhibition centre (NEC) Birmingham
  • The British Pig and Poultry Fair 10-11 May, 2022 Stoneleigh Parks, Warwickshire
  • The Royal Welsh Spring Festival 21-22 May, 2022 Builth Wells, Powys
  • The Cereals Event 8-9 June, 2022 Duxford Site, Cambridgeshire
  • The Royal Highland Show 23-26 June, 2022 Edinburgh
  • The Royal Norfolk Show 29-30 June, Norfolk
  • The Royal Welsh Show 18-21 July, Builth Wells, Powys

We know the agricultural sector we serve will be as excited as we are to be back attending these important events. It’s a chance to network with colleagues and friends who haven’t been seen during the Pandemic and also to see what’s happening in the industry.

As one of the UK’s leading independent manufacturers of structural steel-work and steel-framed buildings, the shows are an opportunity for us at Shufflebottom to showcase our acknowledged experience and expertise in the design, manufacture, supply, delivery and erection of steel-framed buildings for the agricultural sector. And of course to have a chat and a cup of tea with customers we’ve worked with in the past and those we have only dealt with online.

Though they are termed ‘agricultural shows’ we know that one size (or one name) does not fit all and we have a track record of delivering structural-steel building solutions for a diverse range of customers involved in the sector. That’s why the Shufflebottom name is synonymous with quality.

We offer a bespoke service, creating a building exactly to suit your requirements and the particular nature of your site as well as supplying standard farm buildings. Our portfolio of buildings includes, but is not limited to:

  • Equestrian buildings
  • General-purpose buildings
  • Grain stores
  • Hay and straw barns
  • Livestock units
  • Milking parlours
  • Pig units
  • Sheep housing
  • Vegetable stores

There’ll be a big welcome (croeso mawr) at our stands and our distinctive elephant-branded show van at all these UK shows. We invite you to come and say hello to members of our experienced sales team who will be happy to talk you through any projects you have in mind.

We hope to see you soon!

 

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