CTT 2017: Russia’s Most Important Trade Fair for Construction

The international construction equipment and technologies industry will meet in Moscow from May 30 to June 3, 2017. The Russian metropolis will once again be the scene of the CTT trade fair. The annual event taking place since the year 2000 focuses especially on the markets of the entire Eastern European region in addition to the host country Russia.

More than 500 exhibitors with numerous industry leaders More than 500 exhibitors from 29 countries have registered for CTT 2017. The list of companies represented reads like a “Who’s Who” of construction machinery industry: Ammann, Hyundai, John Deere, Kamaz, Komatsu, Kudesnik, Liebherr, Liugong, Palfinger, SDLG, ThyssenKrupp Bautechnik, Wirtgen and many other market giants will present themselves and their latest products and solutions.

China, Finland, Germany and Italy with national pavilions

In addition to the individual company booths, country pavilions of major producer countries

will again be on the Moscow Crocus Expo IEC trade fair grounds. This year, China, Finland,

Germany and Italy are bundling the power of innovation and technical expertise of

indigenous companies in joint booths.

As usual, the 18th Edition of the CTT will bring together not only supply and demand, but

also communicate cutting-edge expertise. In addition, exchanges of information and
networking are to be encouraged. To that end, the organizers of CTT Expo LLC have again

assembled a jam-packed, top-rate program of seminars, workshops and panel discussions

on the first three days of the fair. For example, the topics will include current market

conditions for road construction equipment in the Russian Federation, possibilities of

innovative diamond technologies in the construction industry and challenges and solutions in

planning and building airports.

With this wide range of offers covering product presentations, business contacts and gain in

information, the organizers of the trade fair expect to be able to attract at least 20,000 visitors

from more than 60 countries.

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