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SALTEX continues to attract top industry exhibitors

12.46pm 6th March 2019 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Now in its 74th year, SALTEX is growing from strength to strength in its Birmingham NEC home, with 70 per cent of the floorpan for this year’s exhibition, which takes place from October 30-31, having already allocated.

More than 180 exhibitors from last year are returning, with 40 of those companies increasing the size of their stand, while a further influx of new exhibitors are looking to engage with the show this year. Campey Turf Care Systems will be among those upgrading its stand form 2019 and showcasing an even wider range of turf machinery this year.

“The SALTEX exhibition has proved it is still popular with the professional grounds person, attracting visitors from both here and abroad,” said managing director Richard Campey. “Last year we trialled a smaller stand with an area for seating and refreshments for our visitors. This was very successful, so this year we are taking a larger stand to create an even more welcoming space for our customers while at the same time increasing the number of machines on display/”

AS Communications, a provider of industry-leading technology to the amenity and agricultural sectors, has enjoyed many successful SALTEX exhibitions over the years and according to marketing manager Holly Jones, now is the time to maximize its show presence.

“We’ve been exhibiting at SALTEX a number of years now and have always found it to be a good event. SALTEX allows us to meet numerous turf professionals across the grounds industry in a very focused environment. The show is going from strength to strength, something we are aspiring to do too, hence investing in our stand space and design.”

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