CIVENEX to expand display section
Construction equipment exhibition announces plans to increase live demonstrations following success of 2011 trial.
Construction equipment exhibition CIVENEX will expand its demonstration area in 2013 following the success of the initiative in 2011.
CIVENEX Manager Frank Sticka says visitors to the 2011 show appreciated the opportunity to see experienced operators putting a range of machinery to the test on a specially constructed, challenging demonstration area.
"So popular was this feature at CIVENEX, we're adding more demo areas to allow more exhibitors to present their innovations for 2013. This will make it more convenient for visitors to review 'live' the latest equipment for all types of construction site challenges," he says.
"Visitors have told us this is what they come to see, therefore, bringing demonstrations closer to the exhibits will be helpful for both visitors and exhibitors."
Sticka says CIVENEX is more than just earthmoving equipment and agricultural implements.
Visitors see the latest in everything associated with civil works, infrastructure and open space management. The expo is recognised as a total supply and services environment and is a must-attend for anyone involved in building and maintaining our public and private infrastructure.
"It's the largest expo of its type in the southern hemisphere. The show attracts a large number of private sector contractors as well as engineers and plant operators from federal and state government departments," he says.
"Each year innovative solutions are presented that help contractors and engineers adopt more efficient and cost-saving approaches to construction, remediation and maintenance tasks works."
CIVENEX will be held at the Sydney Dragway, Eastern Creek on May 16-17, 2013. Entry and parking is free.
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