Registration opens for CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023

By Jenny LescohierJuly 28, 2022

With 1,800 exhibitors spread across 2.7 million square feet of space, CONEXPO-CON/AGG presents a uniquely vast and varied venue in which to experience all the latest equipment and new features from every construction industry sector

Calling all construction professionals: Registration is now open for CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023!

North America’s largest construction trade show is back - March 14-18, 2023 - in Las Vegas. As always, the don’t-miss-it event offers the perfect opportunity to build lasting relationships in the industry while comparing equipment and meeting the people who make the machines.

With 1,800 exhibitors spread across 2.7 million square feet of space, the event presents a uniquely vast and varied venue in which construction professionals can experience all the latest equipment and new features from every construction industry sector. That’s 47 football fields of indoor and outdoor exhibits with products in asphalt, aggregates, concrete, earthmoving, hauling, lifting, trucking, underground and more.

A sample of exhibitors include big names such as: Astec Industries Inc, CASE Construction Equipment, Caterpillar Inc., Hitachi Construction Machinery Americas Inc., Hyundai Construction Equipment Americas, John Deere Construction & Forestry, KOBELCO Construction Machinery USA, Komatsu, Liebherr, K-Tec/Ashland, Link-Belt Cranes, McCloskey International Ltd, Sandvik Rock Processing Solutions, SANY, Superior Industries, Terex Corporation, Volvo Construction Equipment, Wirtgen Group, as well as thousands more, including new players with previously unseen products.

Exhibits aren’t the only reason to attend. There are also 150 education sessions grouped into tracks including Aggregates; Asphalt; Attract, Engage & Retain Talent; Business Best Practices; Concrete; Cranes, Rigging & Aerial Lifts; Earthmoving & Site Development; Equipment Management & Maintenance; and more. Make the most of your time in Vegas by taking advantage of learning opportunities that can be found nowhere else.

Organizers expect 130,000 construction professionals to gather for the industry’s biggest family reunion, a particularly momentous occasion in the wake of the pandemic that put events like this on hold for almost two years. The industry is ready to meet again, and show organizers and exhibitors are excited to host what is sure to be an opportunity for all to enhance their professional success. 

For more info on the show on how to register, click here.  

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