THIS year’s ScotPlant exhibition will feature more than 200 exhibitors for the first time in the show’s illustrious history.
At the time of going to press with the February 2022 issue of Project Plant, exhibitor numbers had already comfortably broken the previous record of 182 – which was set in 2018, the last time the show was held.
Recent additions to the line-up include Doosan dealer Gordons, who have taken a sizeable plot in the main showground. Johnston Rigging Fife will be exhibiting for the first time, as will Ellon-based Murray Machinery. Attachments specialist Geith International has also confirmed its presence at the event.
Other new names added to the exhibitor list include Capja, Hydraulic Hose Crimpers, BACA Workwear & Safety, Weir Minerals Europe, Omnia Machinery, Raeburn Training, Titus Solutions, and United Rentals UK.
Previous exhibitors John H McNae, Odour and Dust Solutions, Air-Seal Products and Groeneveld have also recently opted to return for ScotPlant 2022, which will take place at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, on Friday April 22 and Saturday April 23.
ScotPlant will be THE place to see the latest machines and product innovations from many of the world’s leading manufacturers of construction equipment including CASE, Doosan, Engcon, Hitachi, Hyundai, JCB, Kobelco, Komatsu, Kubota, Rototilt, SANY, Steelwrist, Takeuchi, and many, many more.
Visitors to the show will see several enhancements this year, including five new exhibitor stands on Avenue 10 and an extended number of stands situated within the indoor Lowland Hall section of the event.
ScotPlant sales manager Mark Griston said, “Interest in this year’s exhibition has been incredible, with an unprecedented number of enquiries. We extended the number of stands available in the Lowland Hall and they were gone in no time.
“Interest has exceeded pre-pandemic levels, which shows the appetite within the industry to get back out there and do business face-to-face again after all the challenges of the past two years.”
Registration for the event is now live on the ScotPlant website. The exhibition is free to attend, with car parking also free. If you registered for tickets for ScotPlant 2020/21, you will need to re-register for ScotPlant 2022. The process is quick and easy. By registering in advance, you will save time on the day and be able to access the showground more quickly.
• There are a limited number of exhibitor spaces still available. For information on exhibiting, contact Mark Griston at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visitors can find more information about the event at www.scotplant.com