Plantworx event is sold out

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ORGANISERS have revealed that Plantworx, the UK’s largest ‘working’ construction equipment show, has sold out.

All stands have been snapped up and the second show is now officially full. The event has a total of 342 exhibitors.

Every type of construction machine will be available to see at the Leicestershire event, from the smallest excavator to the very large wheeled loaders. 

The Plantworx team and the show’s host, the CEA (Construction Equipment Association), is inviting visitors to come along to the event at the Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome from June 2-4 to check out the very latest construction machinery on the market.

Visitors to the show, which spans over 135,000 square metres, will see the very latest plant and machinery operating in ‘real’ site conditions – compact plant will feature alongside mid-range equipment, tools and services. Exhibitors include Caterpillar, JCB, Volvo, Hyundai, Takeuchi, Bobcat, Case, BOMAG and Terex.

Many exhibitors will be encouraging visitors, who present the correct operator’s licence, to try the kit first hand and put the machines through their paces on one of the many demonstration areas.

Rob Oliver, chief executive of CEA said, “Walking the Plantworx trade show site at Bruntingthorpe is an impressive experience. We are offering exhibitors the ultimate “level playing field’– exhibits will occupy an area equivalent to all of the Premiership football teams’ pitches added together.”

The event has at last count 342 exhibitors committed to the show and of these half will be exhibiting at the event for the very first time. In terms of size and exhibitors numbers the 2015 show has already exceeded the 2013 exhibition (which was held at Stoneleigh, Coventry) by 40%.

Visitor registration is now open and entry is free. For more details and to see a full exhibitor list visit