Trophex 2016 takes place next month. The UK’s only trophy, awards, engraving and personalisation show is set to be another impressive exhibition. With an endless display of striking trophies for the season ahead, stunning glass and pewterware, eye-catching medals, the very latest engraving machines to hit the market with hands-on demonstrations and the newest sublimation technology available, there really is something for everyone.

If you work in the trophy, awards or personalisation industry it is the only show to attend and a great way to start the year. Pick up the newly launched 2016 catalogues, see new trends for the coming season, find new suppliers, talk to people face-to-face, watch live demonstrations, learn about new products and look for new ideas and opportunities to stay one step ahead of your competitors in 2016.

There will be the usual array of regular exhibitors at the 2016 show including TheMagicTouch, Glenway Products Ltd, Charles Birch and Gravograph UK Ltd.
New companies represented include Radecal Machine Sales,, Time Designs and Lockdecoders Ltd – Magic Engraving.

This year at Trophex they have some great educational seminars for you to attend which are free of charge. Like last year, these take an open forum style and include talks from Roland DG (UK) Ltd, Gravograph, Corel UK Ltd, DecoNetwork,, Ralawise and Rayzist Photomask.

The Knowledge Centre also returns with experts from all over the industry to give you a helping hand with queries and problems you may have on a range of areas.

The Trophex Awards also return. Now in their eighth year these awards are well respected throughout the industry and recognise and celebrate both companies and individuals achievements and efforts throughout the year and at the show.

New to Trophex 2016 will be a demonstration area where experts in the field of hand engraving will be giving demonstrations of various items including signet rings, salvers and trophies.

Visit the website at to find out more about Trophex and to register. Trophex is free to attend and there is no charge for car parking.