Date(s) - 27/09/2018 - 28/09/2018
Scandic Infra City
The Demolition Show DEMCON, which will be held at InfraCity, north of Stockhom, is the world’s largest trade fair specifically for the Demolition industry. Held from the 27th-28th September, the evening of the first day of the show will see the Swedish Demolition Prize being awarded to entrepreneurs and manufacturers.
On 27th-28th September this year, DEMCON will be held for the 7th time. The show is aimed at contractors involved in Demolition, Concrete Cutting, Concrete Flooring, Sanitation, Hydrodemolition, Recycling Crushing and Scrap Handling – effectively anything and anybody involved in Demolition. Although a pan-European Show, the majority of visitors and exhibitors come from Sweden and the other Nordic countries.
A real industry party DEMCON possesses a narrow industry and geographical focus, being mainly attended by professionals from the Nordic countries. “DEMCON is like a big family party where many of the exhibitors and visitors have known each other for a long time. It’s a lovely feeling that I have not experienced at any other trade fair” says Jan Hermansson, Project Manager for DEMCON.
At DEMCON there is a wide selection of the latest developments in Demolition, rehabilitation, concrete cutting, recycling, hydrodemolition, grinding and polishing of concrete floors, dust and slurry handling and much more. In addition to the indoor hall exhibition, there is also an outdoor area where visitors can test the machines.
The show has grown since its beginnings, as when the exhibition began, there were usually 30 or so exhibiting companies; this year the fair is almost fully booked with two of the major brand names for quick couplings, OilQuick and Steelwrist, exhibiting for the first time. A number of other new exhibitors have also been added, as well as brand leaders from the concrete cutting industry.
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Author: Jan Hermansson, Project Manager DEMCON
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