With more exhibitors returning to this years’ SALTEX than ever before and a plethora of new exhibitors joining the line-up, event organisers at the GMA are keen to remind visitors not to leave it too late to register for their free ticket to SALTEX, which gives direct access to the biggest brands in the industry and the latest technology all under one roof.
SALTEX is the annual one-stop-shop for thousands of individuals working to install, manage and maintain the UK’s outdoor green spaces whether that be sports pitches, fine turf, estates and landscapes, schools, colleges and universities or parks and playgrounds and this year more than any other visitors from all these sectors can be guaranteed to have more products, more technology and more innovations available to them at the show.
Geoff Webb, GMA CEO, says: “With the huge array of exhibitors at the show this year, attendees can be guaranteed of a worthwhile trip. There are innovations and product launches, with industry favourites alongside the new and unique, meaning a terrific line-up of kit for visitors to see. The vast range of subjects being covered in this year’s expansive Learning LIVE seminar schedule, means there is something relevant for all groundspeople today, addressing the issues whether working at grassroots level or the very top of the industry.
“We know many people leave it until the last minute to book events and make plans, however we encourage printing your badge in advance to gain fast tracked entry with no queuing, squeezing every available minute out of the networking and learning opportunities, whilst doing business and making deals with businesses in all sectors of the industry.”
With the ECO Village programme jam-packed with daily demonstrations for the show duration, Learning LIVE sessions extended to over 30, and with an award nomination for an EN Indy Award for ‘Trade Show of the Year’ in its pocket, the 2022 show really isn’t one to miss.
Conveniently centrally situated at the Birmingham NEC, there are plenty of transport options to access the show. For those coming by rail, the NEC is just a four-minute walk from Birmingham International railway station and for those driving, there is ample parking, with GMA members’ receiving free parking with their membership for the duration of the event. There’s also the option of bus, tram and even aeroplane for those travelling from overseas.