Exhibitors include: Volvo (SMT), Komatsu, JCB, Caterpillar (Finning), Terex Group (Powerscreen, Finlay, EvoQuip, MDS, and Terex Washing Systems), Case, Sandvik, Hyundai, Bell, Liebherr, Develon, Bomag, LiuGong, Sany, Wirtgen, McCloskey, Lippmann, Astec Industries, Telestack, Hitachi, Metso (McHale Plant and Duo), CDE, Kubota, Takeuchi, Merlo, Gipo, Wacker Neuson, McLanahan, Anaconda, Rokbak, Superior Industries, Yanmar, Weir Minerals, Ammann, Conn-Weld, Pronar, Keestrack, Bobcat, Mecalac, Isuzu, Hidromek, and Rubblemaster.
“The level of interest this year has been unprecedented,” said Richard Bradbury, event director. “We’re delighted to be able to provide a range of new opportunities for exhibitors in our expanded Showground Pavilion.’
The full exhibitor list will be released at www.hillhead.com at the same time as the visitor registration goes live this November.
Hillhead 2024 will take place at Tarmac’s Hillhead Quarry, near Buxton, Derbyshire, from
The biennial event, last held in 2022, celebrated the return from a four-year hiatus by recording the busiest opening day in its 40-year history, with 8,283 visitors on a single day. Over the three days, just under 18,500 unique visitors attended, and more than 600 major global equipment manufacturers, suppliers and service providers.
The organisers said at the time that the 2022 show was very much back to face-to-face business as exhibitors and visitors took the opportunity to reconnect with their industry peers, take the pulse of what is happening and see the plethora of live machinery action that took place in the show’s four dedicated demonstration areas. Despite the supply issues affecting the industry as it emerged from the pandemic, Hillhead 2022 was the largest and most successful edition in its history.