Spanish climbs

By Alex Dahm09 May 2008

Spain’s biggest construction exhibition will again include a wide range of domestic and international exhibitors, totalling 1,828, according to show organisers.

The usual Spanish manufactures will be showing their products, along with a number of the major international producers, including Liebherr and Hiab.

This is the 14th time that the three yearly event has been held. At the last show, in 2005, visitors were able to explore 75,945 square metres of indoor exhibition space and 35,109 square metres of outdoor space during the show, as well as a demonstration area of 4,376 square metres, in which a range of construction machines were put through their paces.

Concerning this year’s five-day event, organisers said: “The international show of public works, construction and mining machinery, one of the most important shows in the market sector, will bring together state-of-the-art technologies, the best solutions and applications, designs and novelties in all of the essential machinery for public works, construction and mining markets.”

To help visitors navigate the show and find their areas of interest as quickly as possible, the exhibition is divided into six main exhibition segments: elevation and handling; earth moving and roads; aggregates and concretes; industrial vehicles and transport; auxiliary equipment for building; components, spares, accessories and services. The live machinery demonstration area will also be back in action.

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