Annual UK Precast Show, PRECAST2019, Attracts Professionals in the Concrete and Construction Space

May 10, 2019 Karli Langner

Attendees Gather to Browse Latest Products and Technologies, Engage with Industry Peers, and Participate in Top Class Seminar Program

Bristol, UK – May 10, 2019Command Alkon, the Leading Supplier Collaboration Platform for Construction’s Heavy Work, is proud to exhibit at PRECAST2019 on May 16 at the King Power Stadium, Leicester. With more than 70 exhibitors and more than 500 delegates expected to attend, the exhibition is a fantastic forum to meet new customers, discuss innovations and new technologies, and network with others in the concrete and construction industry.

“Many shows include anything within the construction materials space. Not this show – it’s focused on Precast Concrete,” said David Taylor, UK Area Sales Manager at Command Alkon. “Attendees leave with further knowledge of best practices and problem solving strategies through collaboration and educational seminar sessions.”

Command Alkon will be showcasing these technologies that manage your concrete process easily, efficiently and intelligently with optimal water dosing, which forms the basis of your product quality.

  • COMMANDbatch CP

Opening Hours:

Thursday, May 16 – 8.45-16.00

From 9.15-10.00, David Taylor will be hosting a seminar session titled, “Take Control of Your Moisture Management.” During the seminar, David will discuss how embracing modern technology can help deliver consistently high-quality concrete by calculating the correct quantity of water in each and every mix. 

For more information about PRECAST2019, visit the event page here.

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