Winning an award can have incredible benefits for a company and the value and impact can be far reaching, by enhancing brand profile and recognition, which in turn could lead to an increase in sales and improved competitiveness. There’s also tremendous PR value in winning as award, with additional press coverage and free publicity opportunities, both internally and externally.
An award win can also boost staff morale creating a real ‘buzz’ - not forgetting the networking opportunities at the award ceremony - where there are good prospects of meeting potential new customers and industry influencers! The Plantworx Innovation Awards ticks all of these boxes and more - as the winners will also have the opportunity to showcase their winning product at the event in front of thousands of visitors and business leaders. So, what are you waiting for?
Once again, there are specific innovation award categories which include Environmental, Security, Safety, Engineering and Efficiency. In addition, for 2019 the Plantworx and Railworx team have added three new categories to increase the opportunities for all companies exhibiting at the show.
Eight more exhibitors have reserved their stand space this week for Plantworx Construction Exhibition (11-13 June 2019 at the East of England Arena in Peterborough). The UK's largest working construction event in 2019 now boasts an impressive 264 exhibitors.
Back in 2014, TDL Equipment became the official UK partner and distributor for China’s largest excavator manufacturer, SANY. Since the launch at Plantworx in 2015, the SANY brand and reputation has gone from strength to strength amongst owners and operators alike.
It's been a bumper week for Plantworx with 11 new exhibitors - signing up to exhibit at the June event! The show now has 256 exhibitors in total - of those 56 (22%) are new to the show! Confidence is high in the sector despite the uncertainties surrounding Brexit.
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