Landscaping show paves the way for spring sales

Published:  26 January, 2010

WEST MIDLANDS: Stihl UK is latest big name to sign-up to the Hard Landscaping Show. The company joins, other key industry players, Kubota, ACO, Probst, Boddingtons and Instarmac at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on 24 and 25 March. 

"We want this to be a genuine working show," said Marwood Events director Steven Callaghan. "There will be many different types of paving on display but there will also be drainage of all types with emphasis on sustainable urban drainage systems products, specialist gravel retention systems, a wide range of digging and specialist earth moving equipment, mechanical handling and laying, specialist hand tools, diamond drilling and cutting along with specialist cleaning products such as power washers and a wide range of paving treatments for sealing and anti-stain," he added.

Specifiers, merchants, engineers and installers will also be able to view a range of bedding mortars and jointing compounds.

A live installation masterclass of sett laying will run throughout the shows and will be supported by an extensive range of CPD seminars.

In addition, there will be demonstrations of the latest machinery for laying block paving and for mechanised slab handling and laying technology by Optimas and Probst.

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