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New Exhibitors Help Make SALTEX Bigger And Better

10.34am 20th August 2013 - Exhibitions & Conferences

SALTEX websiteA recent flurry of exhibitor bookings for SALTEX (Sports Amenities Landscaping Trade Exhibition) means this year’s show is 23 per cent larger than last year’s event and currently has 243 exhibitors compared to 211 in 2012 – a 15 per cent increase.

“Those figures are likely to increase even further,” says Event Director Jon Gibson, “as potential exhibitors continue to talk to us about being part of SALTEX at Windsor on 3-5 September, the biggest and best national event for everyone involved in sports turf, groundscare and open space maintenance and management.”

Included in the companies that have just booked stand/demonstration space are Bourne Amenity, Everris, MEGA Vehicles, Rigby Taylor, Spinaclean, Spirafix, Tuff Torq and WeedingTech.

Jon Gibson adds: “80 of our exhibitors this year will be attending for the first time, and 94 of the companies haven’t been at SALTEX since at least before 2011.

“Our exhibitors will between them be offering thousands of products, many being shown for the first time, to meet every turf care and open space maintenance need.

“Combined with SALTEX’s comprehensive education programme – which includes the exclusive Ask the Experts sessions involving world-leading groundscare experts – this year’s event will undoubtedly set a new benchmark in how SALTEX is of immense value to exhibitors and visitors alike.”

SALTEX (, the Sports Amenities Landscaping Trade Exhibition organised by the Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) and managed by Brintex Events, will be held on 3-5 September 2013 at Windsor Racecourse, Berkshire.

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