World of Concrete/Informa Exhibitions

Around 50,000 trade visitorsand 1,500 exhibitors in Las Vegas

The World of Concrete 2017, according to the organizer Informa Exhibitions, was the first major event of the year for the concrete and masonry construction industry and attracted 50,770 trade visitors. As many as 1,455 exhibitors and organizations presented their products and services over an area of more than 681,000 sq. ft. in three exhibition halls and on the large outdoor exhibition grounds.

The major part of the exhibitors was confident that this trade show had provided a successful platform for starting out into a good business year, and many visitors emphasized that they would make...

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