The company will be showcasing its extensive range of market-leading products, including its rotating and heavy lift telehandlers; specialist attachments; contract lift and access solutions.
Steve Porter of GT Lifting Solutions commented: ñWe’re delighted to be attending the show, which promises an exciting array of products and construction plant equipment, making it the ideal event for anyone involved in plant hire and the supply of machinery onsite.
ñThe show is part of an even bigger industry-wide event, giving visitors the opportunity to gain insights into plant and machinery as part of the wider construction sector and the important issues we face as an industry.î
Plant andamp; Machinery Live will run from 6th – 8th October as the equipment and product showcase of UK Construction Week at the Birmingham NEC.
It will feature the latest lifting, handling and demolition products, with live demonstrations and the opportunity for visitors of the show to experience the machinery hands-on.
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