Comprising over 2,000 square metres of exhibition space, Plant & Machinery Live will take place at the Birmingham NEC.
It will run from 6 – 8 October as part of UK Construction Week.
Plant & Machinery Live will feature construction applications, giving builders, operators, engineers and plant managers the opportunity to operate working machinery.
Site clearance equipment, tools, small plants, power and lighting will also be covered, along with other aspects of the sector.
The entire construction industry will be able to enjoy the event at UK Construction Week, where eight other shows will featured.
Grand Designs Live, the Build Show and Kitchens & Bathrooms Live are several examples of those which will come under UK Construction Week’s umbrella.
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