Custom Modular Displays

Custom Modular Displays from Nomadic Display Montreal & Quebec

By: Nomadic Display Montreal & Quebec  11-05-2011
Keywords: Displays, Trade Show Displays, Trade Show Display

To truly stand out and make a lasting impression you need solid presentation power.  Our custom displays offer all the styles and textures in modular display that you need.  Their light weight means lowered transportation costs to your trade shows.

Nomadic Display’s modular trade show displays are versatile and can evolve as your needs do. Our stands integrate many components to create a custom design which makes you stand out from the crowd. The DesignLine and Platinum lines are two Nomadic products created specifically to offer turnkey modular solutions.  This type of display offers the possibility of using multiple configurations in a variety of ways:  10’x10’, 10’x20’, 20’x20’ and more.  Benefit from the ability to enhance, expand and re-purpose your display modules to suit your changing business needs!

Nomadic builds each trade show display with high quality materials for sturdiness and durability. Your investment is protected by the best in the industry.

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Keywords: Custom Modular Displays, Custom Stand Displays, Display Stands, Displays, Exhibit Booths, Exhibit Display Montreal, Trade Show Booths, Trade Show Display, Trade Show Displays, Trade Show Rental,

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