Plantworx 2013 already 30% sold out

By Sarah Ann Campbell28 November 2011

New construction industry exhibition Plantworx has received strong support from the trade ahead of its 2013 debut with 30% of total exhibition space already sold.

Early bird discount offers have proved a big incentive to the industry, with major manufacturers already committed to the UK show. These include Ammann, Bomag, Case Construction, Hyundai, JCB, Manitou, Merlo, NC Engineering, New Holland, Takeuchi, Terex, Thwaites, Volvo and Wacker Neuson.

Further industry leaders are expected to sign up for the show before the end of the year, as Plantworx sales manager Angela Spinks explained: "The number of booking forms I am receiving is increasing steadily each week and I expect this to continue - especially on the run up to the end of the early bird discount period, which closes on 31 December."

The show has also received the endorsement of the CPA (Construction Plant Hire Association). The association will be exhibiting at Plantworx 2013 and is confident that many of its members will also be in attendance.

Organised by the CEA (Construction Equipment Association), the working plant show will provide demonstration areas, as well as dedicated zones for site clearance stands, learning, training, education and security. Plantworx is set to take place from 14 to 16 May, 2013, at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, UK.

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