More than 450 brands have confirmed their presence at this year’s show.
The SMOPYC International Show of Public Works, Construction and Mining Machinery is returning to Zaragoza, Spain, bigger and better than ever before. The exhibition, which will take place from 25 to 29 April, is an opportunity for companies interested in the European market.
With three months to go before it starts, the 17th edition of the show has already exceeded the previous edition in all figures. More than 450 brands have confirmed their presence to display machinery, equipment and technology.
Show organisers believe that these participation figures denote the trust that sector professionals have in the event and a clear sector upswing. To that end, the upcoming SMOPYC show has been given a new focus, while upholding the core that has long set it apart: serving as a meeting point for professionals and leading national and international brands.
To provide extra added value to brands, the organisers of the machinery and construction show have designed an ambitious programme of competitions, activities and forums in conjunction with the exhibition area, which will also feature important new developments. One of the highlights this time round will be SMOPYCDEMO, a demonstration area fitted out so that companies can exhibit the full potential of their machinery and visitors can check their operation first-hand. Then there is the Operators’ Competition where, for the first time, professional skills and abilities in operating the different machinery will be put to the test.
SMOPYC recently won the seal of internationalisation from the Spanish Ministry for the Economy, Industry and Competitiveness, distinguishing events that deliver on criteria of regularity, progression and innovation. The award recognises the proven track record of the show that, over 17 editions, has enjoyed unanimous support from the entire machinery, construction and mining sector and endorses it as a benchmark event for learning about the latest technical and technological developments.