Hillhead 2024 is set to build on the momentum of its record-breaking 2022 event with all the leading OEMs already signed up for the biennial quarrying, construction and recycling show
Hillhead Mining and Quarrying Event Returns for 2024
The early bokings for the 2024 event include key players in the equipment field: Volvo (SMT), Komatsu, JCB, Caterpillar (Finning), Terex Group (Powerscreen, Finlay, EvoQuip, MDS, and Terex Washing Systems), Case, Sandvik, Hyundai, Bell, Liebherr, Develon, Bomag, LiuGong, Sany, Wirtgen, Astec Industries, Telestack, Hitachi, Metso (McHale Plant and Duo), CDE, Kubota, Takeuchi, Merlo, Gipo, Wacker Neuson, McLanahan, Anaconda, Rokbak, Superior Industries, Yanmar, Weir Minerals, Ammann, Conn-Weld, Pronar, Keestrack, Bobcat, Mecalac, Isuzu, Hidromek, and Rubblemaster.
Event director Richard Bradbury explained; “The level of interest this year has been unprecedented, and we’re delighted to be able to provide a range of new opportunities for exhibitors in our expanded Showground Pavilion.”
This event is the one place where the mining and quarrying sector can meet equipment and technology suppliers all in one place. It also gives tyre companies attending the show a shop window for their OTR offers direct to the end users: Continental, Goodyear, Vaculug, Kal Tire, Magna and Kirkby Tyres are amongst the tyre companies already bookied for Hillhead 2024
The full exhibitor list will be released at www.hillhead.com at the same time as visitor registration goes live this November.