With April 2022 not far away, many more companies supplying the earthmoving, construction and public space management industry have been snapping up larger sites at the National Diesel Dirt & Turf Expo.

There is better time to show your market the latest in products, services and technical solutions. The economy is forging ahead, fuelled by continued expenditure on major infrastructure projects and residential development.

Thanks to the expansive Expo site of the Sydney Dragway, together with its outstanding facilities for exhibitors and visitors alike, this is the place to be for any business that is serious about its place in the earthmoving and construction market.

A magnet for decision makers

Trade exhibitions always attract major decision-makers across the industry, so if you want to get onto customers’ radar as a supplier, Diesel Dirt & Turf represents a unique opportunity to connect with key people.

Every business needs to generate new leads and engage with prospects who have planned their visit to the Expo to check out the latest. Even though potential buyers may not be ready to sign on the day, it is an outstanding opportunity for suppliers to start building a relationship or cementing existing engagement with customers.

It’s not only new customers who will be there. Many exhibitors come back year after year because it’s the best way for them to reinforce and maintain relationships with existing customers to discover changing needs or expectations.

Show your commitment to the market

Don’t forget, if you do not exhibit at Diesel Dirt & Turf there is a good chance that your competitors will be there. By taking a stand at the Expo, you give your customers the assurance that you have invested in the market and provides an outstanding platform to explain your products’ point of difference.

If you are looking for the right time to launch a new product or service, Diesel Dirt & Turf is definitely the place to do it, especially if your product is technically complex. There is no substitute for face to face interaction, as this allows customers to spend time asking the right questions and understanding the benefits of your sales proposition.

A solid supply chain with predictable, reliable delivery, parts and service is more important today than ever before,  so your presence Diesel Dirt & Turf is a great way to reinforce your total company offerings and how you are going to support your customers. Imparting this message in a relaxed and friendly environment will go a long way to helping cement better relationships with your customers.

Major sponsors show the way

Expo Gold sponsor Komatsu is back in 2022 to showcase its expansive range of earthmoving equipment. Komatsu Australia has the largest factory owned branch network in the construction, mining and heavy equipment industry, with 42 branches and service depots, supported by 41 contract sites in key mining and civil projects, nationally. They will be showcasing their complete range of wheel loaders, excavators, backhoes, skid steers and much more.

Gold media sponsor Earthmovers & Excavators Magazine and Trade Earthmovers have also recognised the huge importance of this major Expo.

A favourite drawcard for Diesel Dirt & Turf visitors is the annual auction by 2022 sponsor, Pickles Auctions, together with associate sponsors include industry leaders like Prolube, Norm Engineering, CreditOne, Expo sponsor XCMG, Cappro Pacific, Yellow Cover, Truck Assist and Earthmoving Equipment Magazine.

For exhibitors and visitors, the Sydney Dragway offers plenty of parking and great food choices throughout the Expo space. It’s also an ideal venue to network with your industry associates.

Whether you want to know what exhibition sites are available, or are planning to attend, visit or call 0411 648 465 to be part of the action at Australia’s largest and most successful construction and earthmoving industry Expo.

Expo Management:
Marti Zivkovich
Expo Manager
M: 0411 648 465

Media enquiries:
Michael Parkinson
M: 0419 264 465

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