What was new for 2016

Get in the zone at Highways SIB

Companies displayed their products and services in a variety of zones at Highways SIB (Seeing is Believing) – Europe’s only event for indoor showcasing of highway products as well as outdoor demonstrations in all lighting conditions.

Exhibitors were given increased visibility via the introduction of a two-way street with companies displaying and demoing their products along plots running parallel with the street.

And to make things even easier products were highlighted in clearly defined zones that are the most relevant to participating exhibitors. The introduction of designated drop-off points and the new Highways SIB 2016 App  ensured that visitors were encouraged to take a closer look at the products and services on display. The zones were:

Maintenance matters Making our mark Safety in action Smart technology & signage solutions Lighting the way

The zones were complemented by the Road worker safety showcase that took place on the fully marked motorway area of the track.

In conjunction with the ‘integrated’ conference, Highways SIB provides organisations with a unique showcase to market all their highways products and services without the restrictions necessitated by an indoor-only event.

The exhibition hall also hosted a dedicated Apprenticeship/skills zone where local students were able to come along and find out all the opportunities that the sector has to offer. Experienced highways professionals were also invited along to discuss their own career progression and enhancement.

Apprenticeship/skills

Various stand packages – platinum, gold and silver – and sponsorship opportunities are now available for Highways SIB 2018. Find out more here.

Call Robert for more information on what Highways SIB can offer you on +44 (0)1732 459683 or email robert@aladltd.co.uk
 
OUR 2016 PARTNERS AND SUPPORTERS WERE:

supported by AIAsupported by HTMAsupported by IHEsupported by ORRsupported by PACTSsupported by RSMAsupported by RSTAsupported by TMCAsupported by TfLsupported by TSCsupported by Transport Scotland
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