A plethora of new additions to the ScotPlant 2022 line-up means the event is well on course to be the largest ever, with close to 200 exhibitors set to make their way to the Royal Highland Centre in April.

Lloyd Ltd, boasting a range of construction machinery from some of the world’s leading manufacturers, has now been confirmed for the show. So too has Terex Washing Systems, providers of innovative equipment in the wet processing industry.

Cumbria-based Taylor & Braithwaite will also join the party, along with Empire Exports, a business established by Scottish plant industry stalwart Sandy Fairweather which specialises in underwriting used plant machinery and also finding and supplying machines required by customers.

Other recent additions to the ScotPlant exhibitor list include National Pile Croppers, Dynaset, MG Scotland, Liftech, Young Black Industrial Stapling, Snorkel, and Kiowa.

SANY, which opened a dedicated depot in Coatbridge earlier this year as its official UK headquarters, has decided to TREBLE its stand size, while screening and crushing specialist McCloskey Equipment has taken a second plot.

The McCloskey stand at ScotPlant 2018

ScotPlant has established itself as the most important showcase event for the Scottish plant equipment industry, with an illustrious history stretching back more than 20 years.

The exhibition will feature the latest machines from the world’s top manufacturers including CASE, Caterpillar, Doosan, Hitachi, Hyundai, JCB, Kobelco, Komatsu, Kubota, SANY, and Takeuchi. 

• ScotPlant 2022 takes place on Friday April 22, and Saturday April 23 at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, near Edinburgh Airport. There is still time to exhibit, but available space is now very limited. For exhibitor enquiries, contact Mark Griston at mark.griston@peeblesmedia.com