Source: CP staff The August issue of Concrete Products leads off with a visit to the most ambitious ready mixed plant that New York City contractors and practitioners have seen built from the ground up in decades. Gotham Ready Mix is a case study in urban plant design and space optimization. Located on a 1.25-acre site the producer’s twin alley, transit mixed plant is…Read More
World of Concrete 2016 exceeded expectations across the board, logging the largest attendee and exhibitor counts in seven years, Informa Exhibitions confirms. This year’s staging, February 2-5 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, drew just over 60,000 registered professionals, up from 55,800 last year; featured more than 1,532 manufacturers, suppliers and service providers, up nearly 300 year-over-over; spanned 744,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor space, a gain of 67,000 sq. ft. compared to 2015. Seminar registrations were 6 percent higher this year over last.
World of Concrete, February 2-5, is set to have its largest staging in seven years, new show owner Informa Exhibitions US notes, with 1,400-plus suppliers, manufacturers and service providers exhibiting in more than 700,000 net square feet of indoor/outdoor space at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The parent of rear and front discharge mixer truck leader McNeilus Cos. has announced an executive transition, effective January 2016: Wilson Jones, president and chief operating officer, will replace Charlie Szews as Oshkosh Corp. chief executive officer. Since his 2005 appointment as Oshkosh Airport Products Business Unit vice president and general manager, Jones has held executive vice president and president posts in the Access Equipment (JLG) and Fire & Emergency (Pierce) segments—companions to the Commercial segment over McNeilus. In addition to the CEO appointment, he will replace Szews on the Oshkosh board.