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Hillhead 2016 sold out


March 22, 2016
By Andrew Macklin

March 22, 2016 – Demand for the Hillhead 2016 event has been buoyant with every square metre now allocated, including a new outdoor area at the southern end of the site and an extended Registration Pavilion.

More than 460 exhibitors will attend, with all the major industry players returning as well as some exciting new companies for 2016. Visit www.hillhead.com/exhibitor-list to browse the complete exhibitor list.

More live demonstrations than ever before are also planned and will span four dedicated areas:

• The quarry face will host large excavators and faceshovels (40+ tonnes), hydraulic breakers, large wheel loaders (buckets of 4 cubic metres and above) and rigid and articulated dumptrucks. Leading suppliers featured will include: Volvo, Caterpillar, JCB, Bell, Doosan, Hyundai, Liebherr, Komatsu, Miller, Case, Worsley Plant, Hitachi and Terex Trucks.

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• The rock processing area operated in the ever-popular ‘crusher alley’ will showcase the latest tracked and skid-mounted crushers, screens, scalping grids and stockpiling conveyors from manufacturers including Terex Finlay, Sandvik, Powerscreen, Tesab, QM&S and McCloskey.

• The recycling area to the south of the site will show a range of crushing, shredding, screening and washing equipment, using material imported on to the site including general C&D waste, reject concrete blocks, waste asphalt and brick rubble. Among others, Haulmark, Maximus, Baughans, Herbst, Warwick Ward and Engcon will demonstrate their latest equipment alongside JCB.

• Finally, the registration area will combine both rock processing and recycling demonstrations. Highlights will include the MDS International heavy-duty M515 tracked trommel (50 tonnes), together with various excavators, crushers and screens from Red Rhino Crushers, Rockster, CGCS, Global Construction Plant, SMP Parts, Buntons, Sany (TDL Equipment) and many others.

The show takes place from 28–30 June 2016 at Tarmac’s Hillhead Quarry, near Buxton, Derbyshire, U.K. It is free to visit, just pre-register at www.hillhead.com.


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