Exhibitor space filling up fast for Plantworx 2017

There will be additional demonstration areas at Plantworx 2017

PLANTWORX 2017 is over three quarters sold out, with nine months still to go.

The biennial construction machinery and equipment show returns to Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, Leicestershire, from 6 -8 June next year. Hosted by the CEA (Construction Equipment Association), organisers say this will be the biggest event to date.

200 exhibitors have already confirmed their attendance at the show – equating to over 76% sold. This includes 33 debutants including attachment manufacturer Arden Equipment, security tracking company CanTrack Global, plant hire firm CRH Plant, tool manufacturers Hilti (Great Britain) and Husqvarna Construction Products, who also manufacture demolition robots.

Also new is welfare cabin producer Mobile Mini, attachment manufacturer Mount Machinery and tiltrotator specialist Rototilt.

Returning exhibitors include some of the biggest names in the industry including A&Y, Case Construction, Doosan, Finning-CAT, Hanix Europe, Hyundai Heavy Industries Europe, JCB, Komatsu, Liebherr, Takeuchi and Wacker Neuson.

Other confirmed exhibitors include BOMAG, demolition robot specialist Brokk UK, Morooka dealers Cautrac, Hydrema, Kubota, Ladybird Cranes, Merlo, Thwaites and Volvo.

The 2017 Plantworx event will be 20% larger than the 2015 show, with more exhibitor stands and an increase in demonstration areas.