The future of construction under the microscope at UK Construction Week 2019

AN eclectic, forward thinking crowd of 34,327 construction professionals attended UK Construction Week on 8-10 October. There was a particular swell in visitors keen to learn about future technologies and how they could be applied to their businesses.

The future of construction and how it is driving change was a major focus at this year’s event and it was clearly a driver to bring the crowds to the show at the NEC in Birmingham.

The Executive Hire Show 2020 kicks off to a great start

THE tool, equipment and compact plant hire industry continues to go from strength to strength following reports from the organisers of the Executive Hire Show 2020 (5 - 6 February Ricoh Arena, Coventry).

During the annual exhibitor ‘kick-off’ meeting at the show’s established home at the Ricoh Arena, which took place on 10 October, the team reported that an impressive 142 exhibitors had already signed up for the 2020 Show and the event is already 87% sold.

UK Construction Week unveils its latest surprises

WITH the final touches to next week’s UK Construction Week (UKCW) show now in place, the organisers are issuing a final reminder for visitor registrations.

Billed as construction’s largest industry event, the organisers are expecting more than 30,000 people at the show next week, from Tuesday to Thursday at the NEC in Birmingham.

GAP goes for gold at Plantworx 2019

GAP HIRE Solutions will be on stand FB15 at Plantworx 2019, exhibiting the range of market-leading equipment available to hire from its eight divisions.

Plantworx is a biennial working exhibition dedicated to plant, tools and services. With a combination of live construction applications and working machinery, Plantworx offers an invaluable experience for everybody working in construction and associated industries.

Chosen few revealed for HAE EHA Hire Awards of Excellence

FINALISTS have been announced for the much-anticipated Hire Awards of Excellence 2019 to be held at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Saturday 13th April, and will be hosted by Strictly Come Dancing star and TV presenter Anton Du Beke.

Glitterball king Du Beke, one of the most instantly recognisable figures in the world of ballroom dance, will ensure proceedings run like clockwork at the event marking the amazing achievements of hire and supply companies across the UK’s plant, tool, equipment and event hire industry.

Morris Site Machinery recognised as trusted supplier

LEADING equipment manufacturer Morris Site Machinery has been awarded ‘Trusted Supplier’ status in recognition of its quality and commitment to best practice.

The Hire Industry Trusted Suppliers accreditation from The Hire Association of Europe and Event Hire Association (HAE EHA) is a hallmark of quality in training, safety, environmental issues, research and development, production processes and data security.

Trime UK has bright February after the Executive Hire Show

FOLLOWING a most productive Executive Hire Show, the cheerful Trime UK sales and marketing teams arrived back at their Cambridgeshire base clutching an armful of orders placed throughout the two days of the show.

Paul Hay Trime UK’s Managing Director, said: “This year’s Executive Hire Show was the best ever for us. We took in excess of £3million worth of lighting tower orders on the stand during the two days.

Morris Site Machinery means business on international stage at bauma

MORRIS Site Machinery will show it means business on the international stage when it debuts two new portable lighting products and showcases world-class equipment at Bauma 2019.

The leading British equipment manufacturer, which distributes to 25 countries worldwide, will demonstrate its quality offer and global ambitions at the trade fair in Munich from 8-14 April.

Marking the 25th anniversary of its SMC brand, it will launch the SMC TL90 Evolve - the next generation SMC TL90 lighting tower - and the SMC TL60 Solar Trolley.

Executive Hire Show 2019 considered a triumph for the 13th consecutive year

Visitor numbers were also up on last year’s event with 1872 relevant hire industry visitors in attendance.

The show was bustling from the onset with hirers looking to expand their fleets and check out new innovations and launches from the diverse range of exhibitors at the show.

There were a record amount of new product launches with a strong focus on safety and environmental solutions.

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