Nimlok St. Louis, like any other Nimlok authorized dealers and branded partners, have professionals that are certified industry experts who will convert your objectives and goals into a successful trade show.
Nimlok unites the latest fabrication technology with the newest print innovations and strategies to handle the most astounding quality show graphics and trade show graphics in the business.
With all the materials available to produce an exhibit, combined with our sophisticated manufacturing facilities and modern equipment, the craftsmen from Nimlok will surely produce custom exhibits that are original as your brand.
Nimlok custom trade show displays are concentrated on supporting your brand with presentations and environments made to amaze attendees and expand your face-to-face personal advertising goals.
When talking about trade show industry, we have been the leading global solutions provider. We give our clients a wide cluster of trade show services intended to streamline the procedure and choice you have to make.
We choose Nimlok because of its versatility and ability to interlock and create different shapes with the same basic elements that we use... We've been using Nimlok to store and help us create our booth. About 10 years or so, the people down at Nimlok St. Louis were extremely easy to work with and had great ideas in terms of designs and layouts. It's a great relationship; we work well together and we communicate well. And Nimlok St. Louis goes out of their way, to make sure that our needs are met.
We've been very happy with Nimlok St. Louis. The service has been fantastic and the system is very easy to use and setup. We are able to streamline our labor at major trade shows and switch out new marketing materials with ease.
Nimlok St. Louis' knowledge about the trade show industry is tremendous, and that knowledge helps in every aspect/level of the development of a trade show booth. They are a one stop shop. If i need it in my booth, they will get it. Whether it is graphics, product demos, booth elements, display elements, or special requests, I have never been told "no". They always make it happen.