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

Plantworx is a unique opportunity within the UK to see a vast array of new equipment primarily for the construction industry. Who should go and why

Plantworx is a unique opportunity within the UK to see a vast array of new equipment primarily for the construction industry on such a scale.

With contractors under increasing pressure to deliver faster and more economically, trade shows are a convenient way to see not only what’s new but to learn about the benefits they deliver.

One result of European regulations and the highly competitive nature of the business, many machines are beginning to look very similar. The suppliers have realised that service and reliability are also important. The result is that brand loyalty is under pressure. While it is understandable to stay with the proven, it does not necessarily make economic sense.

At Plantworx machines can be seen virtually side by side, static and demonstrated so you can judge for yourself what best meets your particular needs - 100,000 m² of working machines, live demonstrations and site applications.

The ability to see so much equipment in a relatively confined space is also good for educational purposes, for those looking for a career in the industry. In fact, it is interesting to see that some academies are promoting their courses. Advanced computerised systems are now available to satisfy the most ardent technology geek.

More than just plant and equipment

Plantworx is more than just plant. Find the latest finance and insurance options; latest in security; training courses to ensure employees are compliant and, for many the most important, the opportunity to meet with others in the industry and moan about the state of the economy, the weather and more.

The show is, therefore, for owners, directors, plant buyers, operators, trainers and students. It is also of interest to local authorities, developers, utility companies, architect, consultants and investors because it opens the eye to new opportunities and new ways of doing things. In other words, virtually anyone with any involvement, main stream or peripheral, with the construction and associated industries such as waste handling and recycling, demolition, etc.

Contractors World will help you enjoy your visitContractors World will help you enjoy your visit

Contractors World will be at Plantworx 2013 and have worked with the conveniently located Ramada Hotel to offer a special visitors' menu.

While at the show, why not take advantage of dinner at the nearby Ramada Hotel where a ‘Contractors World Special’ menu is available at a specially negotiated rate.

Take the opportunity to fill-up before your journey home, or, if staying locally, a convenient location to spend the evening with quality food, bar and comfort. Taxis readily available available to whisk you on you way to your hotel for the night.

Although the restaurant has a significant capacity, it is recommended that you make a reservation, especially for the evening meal.

(To make a reservation, telephone 01926 858331. 
The address is Chesford Bridge, Kenilworth, Warwickshire CV8 2LN - just over 2 miles from Stoneleigh Park)

And, if you are staying over, why not join us and others in the industry for a social event in aid of the Lighthouse Club at the Ramada Hotel on Tuesday May 14th. Just £30 per head for three-course dinner. See advertisement for more details. Reservation essential.

For more information >>> Plantworx        >>>  Contractors World Dinner in aid of The Lighthouse Club

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