New exhibitors as RecyclingAktiv returns

“We are back, refreshed and with more new ideas than ever before. I’m looking forward to welcoming visitors back to our practically focused live demonstration trade fair, which will feature new, even more specialised demonstration formats.”

That is the message from Olivia Hogenmüller, project manager of the RecyclingAktiv trade show, which will take place in Karlsruhe, Germany, from 5 to 7 May.

RecyclingAktiv 2019 Exhibitors and visitors in the open-air exhibition area during the 2019 event in Karlsruhe. (Photo: Messe Karlsruhe/Jens Arbogast)

Teamed up once again with road construction and civil engineering fair TiefbauLive, the event – despite two postponements due to the Covid-19 pandemic – has added new exhibitors for 2022, including companies such as Avant Tecno and Husqvarna.

In addition, Zeppelin will present the advanced Cat 340 UHD Ultra High Demolition excavator, while a start up zone in association with the Coreum innovation and technology centre will focus on solutions from young business.

Also taking place, on 6 May, is the SBM Summit for sustainable building materials.

Almost 200 exhibitors are expected at RecyclingAktiv and TiefbauLive.

“The new attachments arena, for example, will offer visitors a series of three specialist tours per day,” said Olivia Hogenmüller.

“These will provide an action-packed show highlighting the versatility of the carrier vehicles as they

take part in demolition, recycling or ground preparation work.

“We want this event to constantly have its finger on the pulse of the industry.”

  • Read more about Recycling Aktiv in the March-April issue of Demolition & Recycling International, published next month.

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