May 2020 is not far away, so it’s time to plan for exhibiting or visiting Australia’s largest construction and earthmoving event.

For its fifth year, the Expo is being held at the Penrith Panthers, located in the heart of Sydney’s booming Western Sydney region. If you are part of Australia’s earthmoving, construction or public space maintenance industry, it’s an event you just can’t miss.

Even if you don’t work in the industry, it’s an exciting place to be for anyone interested in getting up close to big machines, powerful trucks and heavy equipment that is shaping Australia’s residential, commercial and public infrastructure projects.

Photo:  Trucks, earthmovers, attachments, agricultural equipment and more!

Better every year

Every year this Expo is getting bigger and better. Spread over three days, you can be sure there is plenty of time for everyone to visit at their leisure and enjoy soaking up the great field day atmosphere that the whole family can enjoy.

If you are a manufacturer or distributor of equipment and haven’t exhibited before, you should check out the Expo prospectus and see how affordable and beneficial the Expo will be for your business.

For those who are considering marking the event in their calendar for 2020, you can find out everything they need to know by checking out the website for visitor information.

Always something new

Many visitors return to Diesel Dirt &Turf Expo year after year because they know there is always something new to see; new machinery and technology innovations to check out and catch up with new industry contacts they may wish to meet.  

The 2020 Expo Gold sponsor Komatsu has a great line up of its new equipment will be showing its latest gear and there will be plenty of expert advice available on their site number 61 to help take you through their range.

Photo: Komatsu PC130-8 Excavator

Komatsu PC 130-8 Excavator

 

Photo: Komatsu PC-130-8 Excavator

First-time visitors will be amazed at the variety of vehicles, heavy equipment, public space maintenance gear, trucks and laser and digital innovations on show. Financial and insurance services are also represented and there’s lots of super-cool on and off-road vehicles to fascinate anyone interested in “go fast” boys’ toys. 

It doesn’t matter what part of the earthmoving equipment industry interests you. There is something at Diesel Dirt &Turf Expo that will help your business. For example, Machinery Trader Australia can help you find new and used heavy use equipment, from Caterpillar parts to cranes for sale in all makes and models.

C.R. Kennedy will be showing the latest offerings from Leica Geosystems. You can speak to the experts about the Lecia PA10, an accident-avoidance device worn on-site for 360-degree visibility of pedestrians around heavy equipment. 

You can also see the Leica DSX utility detection solution designed for utility repair and maintenance, civil engineering and surveying companies. This system consists of portable hardware with intuitive software that allows the operator to easily locate, visualise and map utilities by automated data analysis and create a 3D utility map on the field.

Note the dates 

The 2020 National Diesel Dirt &Turf Expo will be held at the Penrith Panthers Showgrounds from Friday 15th of May through to Sunday 17th of May.

Photo: Jason Hodges, TV landscaper and Diesel Dirt & Turf Ambassador