Thursday 28th May, 2020

Five reasons to visit BULK2020

With BULK2020 set to be one of the biggest events in the Australian bulk handling industry, ABHR speaks to Show Director Simon Coburn to find out more.

Bulk handling firms are gearing up for one of the biggest dedicated events for the sector in Melbourne at BULK2020.

While the final program details are currently being finalised, here are five reasons why you should attend this year:

  1. Learn from the engineering experts

BULK2020 will attract the best and brightest minds in the bulk handling industry for an industry conference that will run across 2 to 3 April. Attendees can learn from engineers, decision makers and suppliers about some of the most common issues affecting the sector.

  1. Build your network

By attending the show, you will have a chance to connect with industry leaders and innovators during the conference, on the expo floor, or at various networking and awards events surrounding the show.

  1. Connect with potential customers

The event is set to be Australia’s largest dedicated bulk handling expo in over a decade, with exhibitors and attendees from a broad range of markets. By visiting the show, you will have the opportunity to expand your network to new businesses and connect with customers you might never have met elsewhere.

  1. See the latest in bulk handling technology 

BULK2020 has been designed for bulk commodity producers that require the use of the latest equipment and technology. Suppliers will be showing off new innovations in automation and the Industry 4.0 connected devices alongside conveyors, silos, chutes and engineering services.

  1. Celebrate success at the Bulk Handling Awards

To recognise the individuals and companies that have gone above and beyond in bulk handling, BULK2020 will be the host of the 2020 Australian Bulk Handling Awards. It will take place in conjunction with the Mercury awards, offering unique networking opportunities. Nominations are still open for the awards, closing at the end of February. Click here to get involved.

To book your tickets, visit: https://www.bulkhandlingexpo.com.au/ticket/

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