The Plant & Waste Recycling Show takes place on the 12- 14th June 2012 at Paignton, Torbay, Devon and will be bigger and better with a great line up of exhibitors & visitors.
PAWRS will be organising the 27th annual show with new ideas to bring in fresh exhibitors and visitors to PAWRS. With great success so far pulling the likes of Dennis Eagle, Boughton Engineering, PM Onboard, Nilfisk, Broxap and Farid UK to PAWRS 2012. This will be a great mix of international exhibitors mixing with the usual band of loyal exhibitors at beautiful Paignton, Torbay, Devon, UK and meeting and celebrating with old and new friends at The Inn on The Green (Pub). The Show will bring out the best opportunities to do business and networking in the most congenial of surroundings that every exhibitor has come to know and love over the past 27 Years of visiting Paignton Seafront. With only four remaining in/out stands PAWRS is looking better than ever, with stand costs as low as £450 PAWRS is swiftly becoming the number one show for Waste & Recycling. If you would like to know more please have a look at www.pawrs.com or call 01962 870355.
Ankomak is the largest international exhibition for the construction machinery industry in the Eurasia region. Attracting over 25,000 visitors and 250 companies, Ankomak is the definitive place for the local and international companies to converge and discuss the latest construction and building technology developments. Key event sectors include:
Excavation, loading, decoupage, opening tunnel with levelling machine equipment
Concrete or asphalt road and channel construction machines. and road opening machines, maintenance and machine equipment
Road and land pressing equipment
Drilling, pounding and extraction equipment, air compressed and hydraulic tools, compressors, sub-terrestrial water level relegating equipment, and construction pumps
Cement and plaster preparation, compressing, transport machine and facilities
Stone, pebble, sand, lime, gypsum, cement and other cover or filing material production facility and equipment
Cement, lime, gypsum-based pre-fabrication components, production facility and equipment
Mining, machine and equipments
Stone mines facility and machines and natural stone processing and artificial stone production equipment
Heavy construction equipment
Lifter, amplifier, carrier system and equipments
Heavy construction equipment and vehicles, and power technology for construction material production machines (engine, gearbox, movement shaft)
Plus many others.
Target a region worth US$2.9 billion per annum
From 2011 to 2017, Turkey is expected to have an annual average growth rate of 6.7%, making it the fastest-growing economy among the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) members. Turkey is also the second largest market of foreign construction industry contractors.
The country actively engages with its neighbours, including Iran, Syria and Jordan, in terms of construction machinery trade. This means by exhibiting at Ankomak, you can access multiple markets in these regions where the construction industry is worth US$2.9 billion per annum. For more information on how you can participate, please contact:
T: +44 (0) 207 596 5011
F: +44 (0) 207 596 5096
Online timed auction service designed to give buyers more flexibility, more convenience and more confidence than any other auction experience. Go to www.catauctions.com to check out eQuipment Yard to Click. Bid. Win.
Like live auctions, eQuipment Yard auctions are unreserved and feature a broad assortment of heavy equipment from a number of manufacturers. eQuipment Yard and its timed countdown format deliver an alternative auction style, making it possible for buyers to experience all of the benefits of live auctions – including our legendary TA-1 inspections and in-action equipment video. The reports include visual inspections of the exterior and interior conditions, operating systems, working components and fluid and oil samples.
To learn more about Cat Auction Services, please visit www.catauctions.com or your Cat Auctions representative for details on equipment consignment:
The world’s largest industrial auctioneer to hold first unreserved public auction at new Donington Park site on April 17th
DONINGTON PARK, UK (March 13, 2012) – Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers (NYSE and TSX: RBA), the world’s largest auctioneer of industrial equipment, will conduct its first unreserved public auction at its new regional auction site at Donington Park (Derby, Leicestershire) on Tuesday, April 17, 2012. The Company will sell a range of industrial plant and trucks — all to the highest bidders. People from all over the world will be able to place bids in the auction in person at the auction site, online in real-time at www.rbauction.com or by proxy. More than 300 items are already listed for the auction, including mini and hydraulic excavators, loader backhoes, wheel loaders, site dumpers, forklifts, rollers, pavers and many other items — more equipment will be added right up to auction day.
“Twenty-five years ago we conducted our first European auction in Liverpool and have since seen a growing participation of buyers and sellers from the UK and Ireland at our auction sites around the world,” said Guylain Turgeon, Managing Director EMEA, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers. “Over the years, we have continued to innovate to enhance our auction method, making it easier for people to exchange industrial and agricultural equipment. With live online and on-site bidding, the equipment seller is now closer than ever to the global market. We are excited to be opening our new auction site to further enhance our services for our UK customers.” Read More…
Parallel to the International Hardware Fair Cologne
Combined ticket provides access to both trade fairs
Over 10,000 trade visitors expected from more than 100 countries
Around 450 exhibitors display machinery for every sector of industry
Strong market conditions for second-hand technology
USETEC hits the nail on the head. In 2012, the world’s largest trade fair for used machinery and equipment will take place in Cologne from Monday 5 to Wednesday 7 March – and for the first time parallel to the International Hardware Fair which begins one day earlier. Some 450 exhibitors will be displaying used technology for every sector of industry and commerce. The two organisers – Hess GmbH, Weingarten/Baden, and Koelnmesse – are expecting 10,000 buyers from more than 100 countries to attend the event (2011: 9,250). USETEC’s partner associations are similarly optimistic. “Every aspect of last year’s premiere of USETEC in Cologne was a success,” emphasises Kurt Radermacher. “Visitors and exhibitors last year were delighted with the venue in Cologne at the heart of Europe,” says the Managing Director of the Trade Association for Machine Tools + Tooling (FDM) in Bonn. “Our members are therefore looking forward to USETEC with considerable anticipation – not least because of the timing of the event to coincide with the International Hardware Fair.” The FDM, which is also the event’s technical sponsor, highlights the strong area of overlap between visitor target groups for the dynamic trade fair duo. “A combined ticket should promote the exchange between the two fairs,” says Radermacher. As Katharina C. Hamma, Managing Director of Koelnmesse GmbH, points out, “By running the events in parallel, we are able to tap new synergies for visitors and exhibitors. The sector now profits twice from a single trip to the trade fair in Cologne.”
In any case, the global conditions for the used machinery market are “currently advantageous”. This is the view of Jens Nagel, Managing Director of the Federation of the German Export Trade (BDEx) in Berlin. BDEx expects demand for used machinery to grow strongly again this year. “While German exports as a whole are forecast to rise by up to seven percent during 2012, we expect used machinery exports to grow by over ten percent,” predicts Nagel. He highlights the issue that new equipment is often not available or simply too expensive in the wake of the financial crisis. Second hand machines are seen as a good alternative. “This applies both to the emerging markets of Asia, South America and Africa and to EU countries as well as their neighbours in the Mediterranean and Eastern Europe.” USETEC partner BDEx has noticed that the demands of foreign buyers have continued to rise. “One consequence of the growing transparency in the market is that customers also have very specific ideas regarding the equipment manufacturer, technical specifications, year of construction and capacity they want,” says Jens Nagel. “It is also becoming ever more essential for sellers to be able to offer customers financing options for their machines,” he adds. Nearly one hundred BDEx member companies are active in the used machinery business. “The sector is therefore one of the most important elements of our association’s activities.”