PLANTWORX 2019 featured live construction applications and working machinery.
It was a huge success for worldwide construction equipment manufacturers, introducing the latest in plant and technology to the UK construction industry.
Take a look below at the news articles, videos and photos of the event.
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On the final day of Plantworx Construction Exhibition, nine Primary schools from the local Peterborough area took part in the Primary Engineer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) challenge - hosted by Plantworx and supported by the CEA (Construction Equipment Association) and local business, Perkins Engines.
The 4th biennial Plantworx Construction Machinery Show, incorporating Railworx, (11 – 13 June), hosted by the CEA (Construction Equipment Association), fell victim once again to monsoon weather conditions. The show was blessed with a brief respite on the middle day of the event (Wednesday 12th June) – but the torrential rain returned during the afternoon and continued until close of play on the last day of the show.
During the Plantworx show, in the spotlight was earthmoving attachments manufacturer, Miller UK who showcased the latest in quick coupler innovation - the GT Series. Miller’s
James Fisher Prolec, a global leader in the design and development of innovative productivity and safety solutions, unveiled a suite of new additions to its extensive product portfolio on stands N9 and N10 at this year’s Plantworx exhibition. Which took place at the East of England Arena between 11-13 June, the live action construction event brings together more than 15,000 delegates from across the UK and Europe.