Hillhead breaks record with 550 exhibitors confirmed for 2020 show
Event to take place June 23–25 at Hillhead Quarry, near Buxton, U.K.
The organizers of Hillhead have confirmed that a record-breaking 550 exhibitors have now confirmed for the biennial quarrying, construction and recycling show.
Event director Richard Bradbury commented: "With extensions to both the outdoor and indoor areas we have been able to accommodate more exhibitors than ever before, providing our visitors with an unrivalled range of suppliers to source from."
All the usual Hillhead regulars will be joined by a host of new companies including Prinoth, Cemen Tech, Sany Europe, Flogas, Shell International, Hidromek, Elkon, Kal Tire, Goldhofer, Aerzen, Magotteaux, Yanmar, Magni Telescopic Handlers, McLanahan Corporation, Merlo UK and Fruehauf, among many more.
The event takes place from June 23 to 25 at Hillhead Quarry, near Buxton.
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