Exhibitions / Congresses

Con-Expo-Con/Agg 2011

United States, Las Vegas - 22nd to 26th March 2011
CONEXPO-CON/AGG is the international gathering place in 2011 for the construction industries. Held every three years, the exposition showcases the latest equipment, products, services and technologies

"Innovation from the ground up"

The Crane & Rigging Conference (CRC), an independent forum for crane and rigging professionals, takes place concurrently with the largest construction equipment tradeshow in the United States.

Co-located with Con-Expo-Con/Agg, Mar. 25, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nev., CRC offers expanded educational opportunities for contractors, fleet managers, safety directors and others interested in promoting crane safety and improving risk management inside their organizations.
Date(s)
22nd to 26th March 2011
Venue
Las Vegas Convention Center
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