An opportunity to highlight the latest and greatest bulk handling safety solutions and innovations is running out with stalls for the 2022 Australian Bulk Handling Expo (BULK2022) selling fast.
The BULK2022 is designed for businesses who are bulk commodity producers and require the use of equipment for the movement of bulk goods, either domestically or internationally.
The exhibition will feature suppliers showcasing innovative technology, equipment or services to bulk commodity manufacturers and producers.
The upcoming event will feature major companies with a key focus on safety within the industry including Vega, Premier Tech, Absafe, Treotham Automation and Kinder Australia.
The BULK2022 will showcase the bulk handling industry as a standalone exhibition with the benefit of co-location with MEGATRANS2022, which integrates intrinsically with the logistics and multimodal freight sector.
“Safety is an important part of the bulk solids handling industry, and many of our exhibitors specialise in providing unique solutions to keep workers safe,” said BULK2022 Show Director Lauren Winterbottom.
The trade expo will showcase the latest in bulk materials handling equipment and technologies, including conveyors, conveyor components, storage and silos, pneumatic conveying, performance tools, instrumentation, motors and drives, belt scrapers, container tipplers, dust control, weighing and level measurement, software and digital tools, and engineering services.
The event will also feature an industry conference, with safety once again a key message. Running over two days, from 17-18 February, the conference promises to educate attendees on the latest in new technology and trends for the sector.
“After many years without a dedicated event, BULK2022 will bring together the bulk solids handling industry under one roof,” said Lauren.
“Thank you to our sponsors and exhibitors for continuing to support our vision of BULK2022 over the past 18 months. We are looking forward to seeing everyone in the new year.”
To book your stand for BULK2022 visit www.bulkhandlingexpo.com.au