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SPANCO AT WORLD OF CONCRETE 2016

This year’s World of Concrete brought the top professionals of commercial concrete and masonry construction industries to Las Vegas. In fact, World of Concrete is the only annual trade show dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries. World of Concrete attracted over 55,000 concrete and masonry professionals by showcasing 1400 leading suppliers and over 110 specialized seminars and interactive workshops taught by top professionals from around the world. In addition to the seminars and workshops, leading suppliers at World of Concrete showcased innovative products, construction machinery, construction equipment, safety training courses, and new technology.

The show ran from February 2-5 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, which provides approximately 2 million square feet of exhibit space.

Spanco was one of the material handling exhibitors at this year’s World of Concrete. Spanco introduced a new 20-foot by 20-foot booth featuring our most popular material handling solutions: an Aluminum Gantry Crane, Freestanding Workstation Bridge Crane, and Freestanding Jib Crane. The Aluminum Gantry Crane highlights portable efficiency and flexibility and features pneumatic wheels that provide floor protection and ease of movement. The Freestanding Workstation Bridge Crane highlights enclosed track that allows the bridge and trolley to move with ease. The Freestanding Jib Crane highlights the ability to install almost anywhere while providing higher capacities and longer spans than wall-mounted cranes.

This year’s exhibitors displayed the most advanced products and technology in the industry along with the latest trends in the construction industry. To learn more about World of Concrete, please visit WorldofConcrete.com.

Casey Caldwell

Guest Blogger | Spanco.com

Casey Caldwell is a typesetter, copywriter, and guest blogger for Spanco, Inc. Casey has five years of experience in digital arts, typesetting, and copywriting. She holds an Associates Degree from the Art Institute of York, along with a certification in desktop publishing and visual communications from the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center.

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