Last week saw the AMUSEMENT industry come together for London’s first big industry show post Covid and was well supported by both manufacturers and operators a like with most of the well know names and stalwarts of the sector present.
Coin-Op featured big with the sector showcasing everything from OLD FAVOURITES to the latest INNOVATIONS and CROWD PLEASERS with stands from Electrocoin, VdW International, SEGA, Elaut, UDC, Kalkomat, Harry Levy, Unis Games, Game Art and Bandi Namco. There were a few newcomers such as LX-Game from China with bowling machines and Polish company Jackman Tech with a range of coin pushers.
Exhibitors Showmen Times spoke to all had had a productive show with Electrocoin’s John Stergides saying “It’s been a very busy show so far with a lot if interest in our new Skill Shooter machine.”
The rides sector comprised everything from major park installations to travelling machines for SHOWMEN with I.E.Park and Reverchon showing their dodgems and Kolmax Plus showcasing their fold-up dodgem tracks, flying elephants, dragon coasters and a selection of juveniles.
The SWAG sector was well represented too with large stands from UK favourites like PMS and Whitehouse crammed full with everything from plush toys to the latest in licensed merchandise.
Whilst in the food and catering sector Minimelts from Latvia were showing their innovative mini ICE CREAM balls which are sure to be a big hit in any amusement or entertainment setting. Other stands included Coca Cola with their Freestyle machines offering their full portfolio of drinks from one vending machine a great product for FEC’s and Theme Parks.
All in all a great show to cover from Showmen Times and we look forward to bringing the industry coverage of all the shows as they happen.