Ashwoods Electric Motors, based in Exeter, Devon in the UK have announced they will be exhibiting for the first time at the 65th PGA Merchandise Show on the 23rd to 26th January 2018, in Orlando, Florida.
Jim Winchester, Commercial Director, said:
“We are pleased to join the industry to debut our products to golf’s most influential retailers from around the world. Showcasing our innovative and highly efficient motor technology at the show is an exciting prospect.”
From Wednesday 24th January to Friday 26th January, Ashwoods will be at Booth 3027 showcasing their Interior Permanent Magnet motor technology on the show floor within the Golf Products and Services hall at the Orange County Convention Center. They will be on hand to talk about how their motors are smaller, lighter and more efficient, which means golf cars with their motors can be more powerful and versatile.
About the PGA Merchandise Show
The 65th PGA Merchandise Show, held 23rd to 26th January 2018 in Orlando, will welcome some 1,000 top golf companies and brands and more than 40,000 industry professionals from around the world to the industry’s annual global summit for the business of golf. The PGA Show Demo Day, the world’s largest professional golf testing event, will be held on Tuesday, January 23rd, at the Orange County National Golf Center. During PGA Show days, 24th – 26th January at the Orange County Convention Center, PGA Professionals, retailers and industry leaders will uncover the latest trends, source the newest golf merchandise, test the latest equipment, learn proven business best practices, network among peers and move forward the business of the game. The PGA Merchandise Show is a trade-only event and is not open to the public. Learn more at PGAShow.com.
About Ashwoods Electric Motors
Established in 2006, Ashwoods design and manufacture smaller, lighter and more efficient permanent magnet electric motors across a range of sectors including golf cars, materials handling, off highway, automotive and marine. Ashwoods are working with a number of OEMs to provide electric motors that are increasing vehicle ranges and offering a wealth of packaging benefits when it comes to machine and vehicle design.