The Civil Engineering Expo (CivEnEx), to be held May 20 and 21 at the Western Sydney International Dragway, will be bigger and better in 2010.
“Suppliers of a wide range of equipment, products and services to the construction and infrastructure industries are lining up in strength to participate in CivEnEx 2010,” says organiser, Frank Sticka.
“Space bookings to date are ahead of this time last year and many exhibitors have requested larger exhibition areas. We’re also seeing new suppliers booking space who were visitors last year. It’s a sign that the industry is taking advantage of the positive outlook and want to be seen by customers”.
One exhibitor is Polaris, who will be showing its New Ranger HD. Peter Alexander, Managing Director, Australia and New Zealand said, “The new Ranger line-up is the most-significant and extensive product introduction in Ranger history. The new HD adds features that take the vehicle to a whole new level of utility and comfort.”
Another exhibitor is All Stake Supply, who will be showing two new products that are said to speed up production, boost volumes, reduce failure rates and lower the cost of planting out large projects. Locally formulated and manufactured, its Terraform Plant Establisher and Terraform OceanComplex are “great for healthy plants and even better for a healthy bottom line,” says All Stake Supply Managing Director, Stephen Holt.
CivEnEx 2010 will take place Thursday, May 20 and Friday, May 21 at the Western Sydney International Dragway at Eastern Creek. Visitors can pre-register online at: