UK Concrete Show

UKCS in its sixth edition on course for continued growth

Nearly 200 exhibitors in 181 product categories and thousands of trade visitors ensured another successful UK Concrete Show (UKCS). This year’s UKCS trade show at the NEC Birmingham at the end of February was, according to the organizer, the most successful ever: last year, the many exhibitors from Great Britain, Europe, and overseas finalized business deals worth more than10 million pounds, and this year the figure rose to as high as 14 million pounds. The event was complemented by a seminar program consisting of several technical presentations.

Mixed views among the exhibitors

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