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ConExpo Sneak Peak: See What’s In Store For The Underground Market
ConExpo-Con/Agg is a massive event. With an expected 130,000 people attending the show and thousands of exhibitors, it is easy for the underground construction niche to be overlooked and overwhelmed within the show’s principal areas of road building, bridges, asphalt, cement, site prep, cranes, etc. products and personnel.
To help underground construction personnel get the most value out of their experience at ConExpo-Con/Agg in Las Vegas, March 4-8, this exhibitor-focused section provides product information in one place to help you work smarter.
We know attendees’ time is limited, and with the 2,400 exhibitors showcasing new products and technologies at the ConExpo show this year, this special product section provides a glimpse of related products for attendees who need to manage their time and focus on what’s most important in the underground construction industry
American Augers’ product line includes state-of-the-art horizontal directional drills, earth boring machines, mud pump and cleaning systems, as well as industry-leading tooling or accessories.
Bobcat Company is a leading provider of compact equipment for global construction, rental, utility, industrial and mining markets. Bobcat is North Dakota’s largest manufacturer, with the most extensive compact equipment distribution network in the world.
Case Construction Equipment will showcase the new M Series dozer line and updates to primary product lines such as excavators, wheel loaders and compactors. With five models ranging from 92 to 214 net horsepower, the M Series dozers feature a range of design improvements, including the first selective catalytic reduction technology to be built into a dozer.
Case will also feature their “Dire States: the Drive to Revive America’s Ailing Infrastructure” tour. Including a rally event and panel discussion, the event highlights the progress of the tour and features infrastructure expert Dan McNichol’s key findings from his travels across America.