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02 March 2017

Over 100 new exhibitors commit to PLANTWORX 2017

First publishedon www.AggBusiness.com

The PLANTWORX Construction Machinery Exhibition returns to Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, county Leicestershire, central England, from 6 -8 June 2017

The UK’s largest working construction equipment show, hosted by the Construction Equipment Association (CEA), will be the biggest event to date where visitors can expect to see the latest in construction machinery and equipment innovation.

Every area of the construction machinery sector will be represented at the show including earthmoving machinery, lifting and access equipment, compaction kit, tools, rammers and hammers, compressors, and attachments.

To date PLANTWORX has over 320 confirmed exhibitors signed up for the event, and this equates to over 90% sold.

The 2017 event has attracted 104 new exhibitors to date who will be making their first appearance at PLANTWORX, and these include attachment manufacturer Arden Equipment UK; Atlas Copco Construction and Mining; Mantis Cranes; tiltrotator manufacturer Rototilt UK; tool manufacturers Hilti (Great Britain) and Husqvarna Construction Products; MFG, a designer and manufacturer of modular and bespoke excavation support systems, and Italian attachment manufacturer Cangini Benne.

Axpan is a French manufacturer of micro-machines specialising in earthmoving equipment for tight and restricted access, is also making its first appearance at PLANTWORX 2017 where it plans to launch two new models, the AX 36 Pro and the AX Loader, while Southern Plant Spares, also new, will be showing the new range of Rhinox buckets.

Taking centre stage will be the UNI-TUSK X1, which combines a tooth and blade into one system with no sharp edges.

UK-based Niftylift, one of the largest manufacturers of mobile elevating work platforms in Europe, will make its PLANTWORX debut, highlighting its new Nifty 120T. The Nifty 120T compact trailer-mount that can be towed.

Another newcomer, tracking specialist AMI Group, recently launched the Guardian Lone Worker, what it calls a new state-of-the-art tracking device which provides personal protection for lone workers.

A full exhibitor list and more information on the show can be found on the PLANTWORX website.

Visitor registration is now open and it is free. Visit:

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