exhibition stands

We offer a wide range of modular stands suitable for use at exhibitions or for display purposes, they offer ease of transport and construction, most of which can be carried in a single vehicle, assembled by one person and are adaptable to most locations. We can help create a bespoke system for you.

Here is a selection of our most popular systems.


mod frame

A new British designed innovation in portable modular display systems.

It uses a uniquely versatile combination of straight and curved aluminium tubing which means a vast array of design options. The clever twist and lock connectors mean no tools are required to assemble and dismantle the system. Its sheer flexibility means the same system can be used for a wide variety of promotional events including exhibitions, conferences, road shows, product launches and permanent marketing suites.

Each system is supplied with a solid wheeled carry case, and has the option to include lights, a choice of coloured table top, and you can add in a case wrap graphic that transforms the case into a branded podium.

cobalt pop up

This is our own pop up system. This gives us complete control over the quality and consequently we are able to offer a lifetime guarantee. Pop ups are generally used for exhibitions but they are becoming increasingly popular for many other uses, including point of sale, livening up a reception area and as a back drop for conferences and presentations.
If you already own a system we can produce panels to fit, saving the cost of a new one. Just give us a call and we will pick up your existing system to make sure the new panels fit perfectly when the finished job is returned to you.


A popular alternative to the pop up stand using linkable banners to create a truly seamless image. The lightweight stand allows you to create and re-create virtually any shape required. This system can be linked to form a complete graphic wall of any length or size.

Call us for more details or to discuss your requirements.

Here are some examples of how our flexible systems have been used.