(PRWEB UK) 18 July 2012
The second CETA Technology Showcase (Newbury Racecourse-October 3-4 2012) is shaping up to be an important event in the construction plant world as it’s the only opportunity for interested parties to see the latest developments and innovations before the Executive Hire Show (Ricoh Arena Coventry –February 6-7 2013) and the inaugural Plantworx (Stoneleigh-May 14-16 2012.
The second CETA Technology Showcase now has 8 exhibitors, with more in the offing. Joining the 4 founders of CETA, Halomec, MOBA Mobile Automation Limited, GKD Technik and OnGarde Limited, are AUTOMATRICS the theft recovery and fleet management tracking service provider, CBIL a specialist and leading edge provider of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), KOSRAN a leader in machine security systems and IFM Electronic the supplier of the innovative mtrack vehicle tracking system that’s designed to succeed where traditional GPS tracking systems fail.
CETA held a successful inaugural event at Uttoxeter Racecourse, last June, which attracted a wide variety of visitors from the construction, civil engineering, local authority and extractive sectors. The 2012 showcase is designed to inform machine users, project managers and civil engineers about the latest developments in machine technology, processes and planning.
This year's event is the time that the showcase is open to other manufacturers and distributors of suitable products that offer technical innovations and whose ethos matches the founders of CETA. (Prospective exhibitors should contact Faye Coton at New Wave Marketing, T: 01332 856999 or E: faye(at)newwave(dot)org(dot)uk)
Industry professionals are welcome to visit the event in October and registration, which is free of change, is now open at http://www.cetauk.org