A flurry of first-time exhibitors have signed up for ScotPlant 2024 since our last update.
Digger Guard, fresh off winning the Best Security Initiative category at the Plantworx Innovation Awards for the firm’s Vandal Guard cab protection system, will join the star-studded line-up at the Royal Highland Centre on Friday April 26 and Saturday April 27, 2024.
Red Knight 6, UK distributor for Rubble Master machines, will also be exhibiting for the first time, as will fast-growing Highland equipment specialist CS Machinery Sales, which boasts a portfolio including major brands such as Volvo utility products, Dynapac rollers, MB crushing buckets, and Avant loaders.
Pinnacle Platforms, the exclusive GB distributor for Sinoboom aerial work platforms, will be making its ScotPlant debut, showing off the company’s all-electric solutions.
Other recently confirmed debutants include Turriff-based equipment specialist PJ Gaul, attachments provider Rock.Zone, Ireland-headquartered Kilcock Equipment Sales, security specialist Farmstream, and insurance brand NFU Mutual.
We’re also delighted to report that ScotPlant stalwart Pat Bulcock will be making a welcome return to exhibiting duties, showcasing products from his new StypeX venture, which provides customisation and lighting solutions for plant machinery.
Further recent developments include the Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) relocating to a larger outdoor stand and Stock Group significantly expanding the size of its stand to showcase the firm’s latest suction excavation equipment.
United Rentals has doubled the size of its stand, while trenchless technology pioneer Tracto-Technik will also have a much larger presence at the show.
As ever, ScotPlant 2024 will be the place to see the latest innovations and machines from the world’s leading construction equipment manufacturers including Liebherr, JCB, SANY, Takeuchi, Komatsu, Hitachi, Merlo, Case, and many, many more.
• ScotPlant 2024 takes place from April 26-27 at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston. For exhibitor enquiries, contact Mark Griston by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 0141 567 6005.