Adam Hall Group welcomes International Case Maker Industry to Experience Center
No event can be held without them and no equipment can do without them – flight cases are part of basic professional event technology equipment and are manufactured to perfectly suit every requirement. At the first Case maker Days 2019, on November 19 and 20, 2019, the Adam Hall Group focused completely on these essential equipment protectors. For this purpose, the global supplier of event technology solutions, with decades of experience in the development and manufacture of flight case components, invited domestic and international case makers to the Adam Hall Experience Center at the company headquarters in Neu-Anspach near Frankfurt/Main. In addition to presentations of new case and hardware solutions, participants could also learn about the advantages of the latest version of the flight case design software FliteCAD in a workshop, and take part in various trend, talk and networking modules.
The perfect person to open Case maker Days was David Kirby, who founded Adam Hall GmbH in Germany in 1980 with a focus on case construction. Adam Hall hardware product specialist Martin Bitterlich guided the attending case makers through the FliteCAD software, which allows flight case manufacturers to design and visualize cases based on individual customer requirements. To get a better overview of the individual components of a case, Sascha vom Scheidt, Senior Product & Sourcing Manager, Light, Flight case & Accessories also presented numerous hardware innovations in the areas of hinges, brakes, fittings, and profiles. The afternoon was filled with hands-on workshops about FliteCAD as well as marketing talks. The latter focused on the topic of flight cases from other than the structural and technical aspects. “Case maker Days is a return to our roots, which remain a central component of our success: The development and manufacture of case components,” commented Markus Jahnel, COO of the Adam Hall Group.