ONLY a handful of outdoor plots and an extremely limited number of indoor stands remain available for ScotPlant 2024.

The biggest and most important event of the year for the Scottish construction equipment industry returns to the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh, on Friday April 26 and Saturday April 27, 2024.

The main showground has been expanded for this year’s event to accommodate more exhibitors, with ScotPlant 2024 well on course to set a new record. More than 200 exhibitors have already signed up.

Since our last update in November, a whole host of new names have been added to the line-up. Recently confirmed debutants include Aberdeen-based fluid management specialist OSSO, lifting and access equipment provider Hird, Stratum Drilling Solutions, Holemaker Technology, suction excavator experts EXVAC Equipment Sales, HIFI FILTER, ATV Services Scotland, McLanahan Corporation, spill kits manufacturer Fentex, vacuum excavation unit supplier Vac-Ex, Fronius UK, Putzmeister, Sykes Pickavant, AY Morton, and Lazer Lamps, a manufacturer of auxiliary lighting solutions.

Bo’ness-based training provider Central Training Services, which runs courses on a wide range of construction equipment, will also be in attendance. Another new name to ScotPlant is QRS, which offers an array of equipment solutions for the recycling and quarry sectors.

Scarab Sweepers is returning to ScotPlant this year after an absence. Forfar-based Gammies Groundcare will also be there, and so too will Evans Halshaw showcasing a range of vans.

National Pile Croppers has also confirmed its attendance with a larger plot than last time out, while Marubeni-Komatsu has taken an extra stand to showcase MDiG technology solutions.

These businesses have joined an already stellar line-up with ScotPlant 2024, as always, set to be THE place to see the latest machines, products and innovations from many of the world’s leading construction equipment brands including CASE, Develon, engcon, Hitachi, Hyundai, JCB, Kobelco, Komatsu, Kubota, Liebherr, LiuGong, Manitou, Rokbak, Rototilt, SANY, Steelwrist, Takeuchi, Wacker Neuson, and many, many more.

Entry to ScotPlant is FREE and registration is now open on the event website at By registering in advance, visitors can beat the queues and speed up the entry process on the day.

Stay tuned to the news section of the ScotPlant website and the event’s social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram) between now and April for regular updates relating to the event, including previews of what the exhibitors have in store for what promises to be yet another spectacular edition of the long-running exhibition.

• To enquire about exhibiting, contact Mark Griston at