The third international trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines and construction vehicles will be held at the Johannesburg Expo Centre from March 13 to 16, 2018. With an exhibition area covering 68,000 square metres, bauma CONEXPO Africa, is the biggest event for the sector in Africa.

2018 Bauma CONEXPO Africa announced

Elaine Crewe, CEO of the trade fair organiser BC Expo South Africa, says that the event has already attracted industry leaders including Accociated Asphalt Equipment, BAUER, Bell Equipment, CLT Crane Load Technology, Doka, GEDA-Dechenreiter, HANSA-FLEX, Hiab, Husqvarna, Hytec Holdings, ITR Africa, IVECO, Layher, Masa, MB Crusher, Pan Mixers South Africa, Pilequip, Putzmeister, Scaw, Shantui, Wirtgen, XCMG and ZF Services. DEUTZ Diesel Power and Powerstar have registered for the first time.

“We are going to have an impressive line-up of the entire industry at the trade fair. A large number of international pavilions are also being planned. China, Finland, Germany, North America and the UK have registered. Portugal and Singapore will also have a pavilion at the trade fair for the first time,” she says.

616 exhibitors from 42 countries and 14,300 visitors from 75 countries came to the last bauma CONEXPO AFRICA. “The previous trade fair was an incredibly successful show for us and the professionalism shown by bauma CONEXPO AFRICA allowed us to showcase our products and enjoy the success we continually strive for,” says Brian van Buuren, Managing Director of ITR Africa.

Crewe says that changes are being made to the upcoming event, including optimising visitor flow to all exhibition areas. In addition to entrance 5/6, visitors will now be able to use entrance 3/4. The addition of this entrance will feature a new outdoor exhibition area that will provide exhibitors with more space for their displays.

Those interested in attending can register at www.bcafrica.com

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