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27 December 2018

Russian construction machine exhibition for 2019

First publishedon www.WorldHighways.com
Plans are in hand for the bauma CTT RUSSIA 2019 construction machinery exhibition, which will be held in Moscow from June 4th-7th 2019. Registration is now underway for the event, claimed to be Russia’s most important construction equipment and technologies trade fair. The event will be held at Moscow’s Crocus Expo IEC and this show will be of special note as it will be the 20th anniversary of the exhibition. The organisers point to Russia’s positive economic market due to planned infrastructure expansion and development works.

The annual trade show is considered the most relevant industry hub in Russia. In 2018, around 590 exhibiting companies from 26 countries presented their products and innovations to 22,681 visitors. The event covers the Russian market as well as the national markets of the entire Eastern European region.

There will be a demonstration area for mobile construction machines at a 3,000m2 outdoor area. Each of the four show days is focussed on different market segments; road construction, construction vehicles, lifting gear, mining. This is intended to structure the off-highway equipment industry’s wide range of topics.

For exhibitors and visitors to establish business relations even more efficiently, bauma CTT RUSSIA will for the first time feature B2B meetings: prior to the event, exhibitors can provide information on their favoured target visitor group and visitors on the companies they are interested in. Based on this information, the trade fair organiser then arranges individual meetings that can either be held at the respective company booth or in the exhibition center’s VIP lounge.

Registration for bauma CTT RUSSIA will be possible until April 22nd, 2019. The bauma CTT RUSSIA event is the international trade fair for construction equipment and technologies, is the largest industry event for the sector in Russia with an exhibition area of 60,000m2. The last fair in June 2018 attracted 586 exhibitors from 26 countries and 22,681 participants mainly from CIS countries.