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Plantworx to move to new site from 2015

The Construction Equipment Association (CEA) has announced that it is moving its Plantworx exhibition to a new venue in 2015.

Although over 11,000 people visited the inaugural Plantworx event in Warwickshire earlier this year, the organisers have decided to hold the next one at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome in Leicestershire.

The three-day show will take place from 2 to 4 June 2015, using over 135,000m2 of space at Bruntingthorpe’s Indy Circuit.

The CEA says the venue can more than accommodate the event, based on 2013’s footfall and size, and also allows plenty of room for growth in the future.

The ethos of the Plantworx 2015 will remain the same - a show for the industry by the industry where construction machinery can be seen working in real site conditions. The layout has been designed so that all exhibitors will be in a single area, with parking on hard standing either side of the show.

CEA chief executive Rob Oliver said; “The venue allows us to present an event in a single, undivided area, which should provide a better exhibitor and visitor experience.

“We have found a venue which is just within a few minutes of the M1 and is already used by a number of our member companies as a first class proving ground for their new equipment.”

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