Nimlok is an exhibition and event display manufacturer and services provider, worldwide. Founded over 36 years ago in 1970 by the late Neil Nimmo and current Chairman, Mr Gerald Perutz, Nimlok have a wealth of experience.
Neil Nimmo invented the unique panel and locking system that make up our reusable, bespoke exhibition stands. The pieces work like Lego: They can be built into whatever shape the client requires. Traditionally with exhibition stands, you’d go to the site, build something out of mdf, then at the end of the event it would all go in the skip. Nimmo (who the company was named after) put sustainability at the centre of our business. All of our products can be used again and upgraded. We are the first and only firm in our industry to receive the ISO14001 accreditation.
Our services don’t just stop with hardware; we offer 3D and graphic design, graphics production, exhibition stand staff training, pre view of your stand before it arrives at the event, installation and dismantle of your exhibition or event display and full project management for your event. Our in house graphics department can print direct to substrate using our state of the art DSG printer which means that your graphics will last forever as they will not run or fade like the traditional way of printing graphics can.
We have a creative studio on site with an innovative design team who can turn your concepts into reality or just design something for you from scratch.
Our skilled in house media team can create corporate video media for show reels, exhibition stands, web sites and events that are tailored to your requirements and this can be supported with PR by our on site creative writer.
There are 3 firms under the Nimlok umbrella: Ultima Displays (UK) who specialise in fast turnaround commodity items, Orbus (USA) who mirror their operation but in Chicago and Marler Haley (UK) who are one of the oldest companies in the industry focusing on the schools and government requirements. Today we have 550 employees with operations in 55 countries and a 2008 turnover of £50M.