Innovations and enhancements

 The 15th edition of SMOPYC, International Show of Public Works, Construction and Mining Machinery, to be held at the Zaragoza Trade Fair Center from 5 to 9 April 2011, will see a number of important changes and innovations.

Last SMOPYC in 2008 was attracting more than 100,000 visitors and 2014 exhibitors on a total exhibition area of about 400,000 sq.m. The organizer is willing to let the upcoming event even be bigger than the last one and is undertaking several actions to let this happen. Trade Fair Center has made a great effort to adjust its prices to the current climate, with a 30% reduction in rates compared to the previous edition. This, allied to a discounts policy for exhibitors, which can reduce participation costs by up to 43%. In parallel to this, and for the purposes of increasing the choice of...

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