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2013 Vol 3 No 1
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The clock is ticking as Plantworx show nears a sell out

plantworx a sell out - almostWith well over 200 companies now registered for Plantworx 2013, emphasis is rapidly moving from selling to delivery, which is no mean task given the location and the layout of the exhibition. 

Space selling out quickly which is all credit to the organizers.

With few exceptions, Plantworx will see most of the brands, names and faces that used to be at SED plus a few new ones. From looking at the exhibitor list, the show is much more focused that past events which, over the years, slowly lost its focus as ‘commercial interest’ began to take over ‘meeting the customer needs’.

With Plantworx being a whole owned subsidiary of the Construction Equipment Association (CEA), there is little risk of this in the future as the CEA will insist on following core values to maintain the integrity and economic viability of the event. Certainly going alternate years with Hillhead has been well accepted by the industry.

One thing that visitors can be certain of is seeing a lot of new equipment. As we are reporting in Contractors World International edition, with special supplement on Bauma 2013, there is an amazing amount of new equipment being launched.

This will no doubt be the centre display from companies such as Atlas Copco, Bomag, Case, Doosan, New Holland, Caterpillar (through Finning), Hyundai, Merlo, Manitou, Kubota, Alimak Hek, Takeuchi, Terex, Thwaites, Volvo to name but a few.

There are some obvious omissions from the list, such as Liebherr and Manitowoc, but this is no reflection on the value of Plantworx but more a long standing corporate policy on investing in new events.

Contractors World can find no negativity in the industry - from potential exhibitors and visitors. Accommodation in the Stoneleigh Park area is also rapidly filling up. The anticipated number of visitors is around 20,000 and the Stoneleigh Park facilities are more than able to cope with this number.

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