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Contractors World - UK & Ireland Vol 2 No 1

in the trade media and the show guide, a most convincing argument will be made that a trip to the Stoneleigh Park venue on the 14th, 15th or 16th May next year will simply be unmissible!

C o m p a n i e s n o w a r m e d w i t h demonstration plots in this popular part of the exhibition site already include Ammann, Avant Tecno, Auger Torque, Case, Cautrac, CETA, Hill Engineering, Hyundai, JCB, NC Eng i neer i ng , New Ho l l and , Scanlaser, Takeuchi, Terex, U-Mole, Volvo and Wacker Neuson. As PLANTWORX ows on after Bauma 2013 in Germany, there should be plenty of w earthmoving products ready to get their UK exhibition debut at neleigh Park.

Wacker Neuson was one of the first companies to commit to the ow and part of ‘the working group’ which helped shape the event. acker’s Chris Pearce said, “Wacker Neuson is delighted to be part f PLANTWORX 2013 because an exhibition based around working emonstratons is an ideal environment to highlight the advantages of ts equipment and is a great draw for the audience. Well located, with plenty of space, Wacker Neuson feel that it will be a notable success for visitors and exhibitors alike.

Pearce added, “We committed to the show when it was still in its infancy as we believed that our industry needed this style of showcase. Plenty of foot fall of suitable prospects that are otherwise difcult to reach will guarantee the show is a success.”

Robert Brown, managing director Ammann has committed to exhibit at PLANTWORX 2013 and also reserved a demonstration plot in the ‘Dig Zone’ he said, “Whilst Hillhead certainly fills the requirement for the heavy extractive market, we needed something similar, running in tandem, for the earthmoving market.

“The ethos of PLANTWORX was always to be a show for our industry, run by our industry - therefore if we all collectively

support the show then it will be a success. “We are in the dig zone because we supply excavators and we know that our customers and prospective customers want to see these machines working at something they were designed to do. Everything can look good in a brochure, or sitting polished on the grass , but these machines are designed to work and that is what we want to do with them at PLANTWORX.”

The right type of demonstraton is a message Plantworx is driving home to exhibitors.

With over 40% of space already sold, the exhibiton is flling up fast. Companies such as Volvo Constructon Equipment and Takeuchi ,as well as other companies, large and small, who recognised the opportunity provided.

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