1 Dec 2020

Attachments arena: Successful kick-off with strong exhibitor interest

Raising the curtain for a new demonstration dimension

Attachements arena

2021 will see the first cross-industry demo format at RecyclingAKTIV & TiefbauLIVE, the brand new attachments arena. Here, recycling and civil engineering tools will be demonstrated in three action-packed shows focusing on the topics of ground preparation, demolition and recycling.

The concept presentation took place in November as part of a kick-off event at the Karlsruhe Trade Fair Centre. The interest of the exhibitors who had travelled to Karlsruhe especially for this event in participating in the new demo format was immense, and so the joint kick-off event can be considered a complete success.

In the new attachments arena, exhibitors can present tools from the recycling and civil engineering sectors - such as bucket separators, demolition and hydraulic hammers, attachment compactors, grab tools and various excavator buckets - in three themed demonstrations per day in an action-packed show.

With the new participation format, the project team of RecyclingAKTIV & TiefbauLIVE is reacting to the exhibitors' need for demonstrations and is also uniting the recycling and civil engineering sector on a joint action area in the form of a new type of tool platform.

What happens at the Attachment Arena?
The driver of the carrier unit uncouples the various attachments by means of a fully hydraulic quick-change system and demonstrates their robustness and performance in practical live use - either in direct comparison as in a real arena or in perfect interaction to illustrate a construction process. A representative of the exhibitor and the expert presenter will provide information on the features and application areas of the attachment.

Would you also like to present your attachment to a technically experienced trade audience in the spectacular attachments arena? Then don't hesitate and contact us right away! The limited places are allocated according to the principle "first come, first serve".