For the first time, SDLG
will exhibit at BICES in Beijing, China, and launch a brand new generation of machines that will be unveiled to press and customers during the show.
Beijing International Construction Machinery Exhibition & Seminar (BICES) will be held in the New Beijing International Exhibition Center from 22-25 September, 2015. Leading Chinese wheel loader manufacturer, Shandong Lingong Machinery Co., Ltd. (known as Lingong), will be exhibiting its range of SDLG
wheel loaders and excavator
s for the first time. With visitors from over 100 countries in attendance, the event will also act as a platform to unveil a new generation of SDLG
products with upgraded styling and engineering – being unveiled on the company’s stand on the morning of September 22.
“Our new product lines tap into our core strengths of reliable machines that deliver performance and a fast return on investment,” says Yu Mengsheng, executive president of SDLG
. “We believe the products will appeal to businesses in road construction, mining and quarrying industries throughout Asia and the world. With such an international turnout expected at this year’s BICES event, this is a perfect opportunity to showcase our new range and let customers see the products firsthand.”
Guests of honor
has invited three VIP guests to attend this year’s BICES event - the winners of the SDLG
Thailand Top Driver competition that concluded last month. The winning operators will be flown in from central, north-eastern and southern Thailand to be guests of honor on the SDLG
stand. The three winners saw off competition from more than 200 contestants who took part in practical operating skills tests and written technical-knowledge exams across Thailand to win the Top Driver title. The event gained widespread exposure and endorsement from local government officials and trade associations.
Visitors to the show can catch the unveiling of the new range, the SDLG
machine demonstration show and performances from local music and dance acts at the SDLG
booth N121, nearby the east gate of the exhibition center.