Nigeria gears up for World of Asphalt in USA
STAKEHOLDERS in the excavation, road construction, research, equipment leasing, environment, mining and general contracting will join over 6,000 international attendees to World of Asphalt and Conference next year March 22-24 in the music city, Nashville, Tennessee, United States of America.
The event focuses primarily on the asphalt industry and is the education resource for stakeholders in infrastructure development. Attendees will be exposed to a broad array of the newest products, technologies and services from leading companies in areas including equipment machinery, asphalt production and recycling equipment, pavement maintenance equipment, work zone safety management, pollution control, soil stabilizers, testing equipment, truck and trailers, chemical and petroleum products.
In addition, the event will feature in-depth industry-focused educational programming and comprehensive research-driven technologies and innovations in asphalt-related equipment, products and services.
World of Asphalt is geared toward asphalt, highway/street, pavement maintenance and traffic safety industry professionals from all types of companies such as small to large contractors, materials producers, state and agency specification personnel, maintenance companies, manufacturers and service providers.
World of Asphalt is organized annually by the Association of Equipment Manufactures (AEM), National Asphalt Pavement Association (NAPA) and National Sand, Stone and Gravel Association (NSSGA).
According to Mrs. Marcella Iyitor, CEO of Niche PR, the company representing AEM as delegation leader from Nigeria, World of Asphalt had a record-breaking attendance with four hundred and fifty exhibitors occupying the largest show floor. Participating in this global event will help improve institutional operations and increase efficiencies through the exhibition’s countless resources. Delegates will have the opportunity to see the newest products in asphalt production and recycling equipment, road building machinery, pavement maintenance equipment, work zone safety and traffic management.
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