Go Plant Go for Gold at RWM

As the UK’s leading providers of operated and self-drive road sweepers, it was no surprise that Go Plant were one of the busiest and in-demand stands at this year’s Resource Waste Management exhibition, which took place at The Birmingham NEC between 16th – 18th September.

Paul Langham, Managing Director of Go Plant, explained: “We were delighted to have a presence at this year’s RWM event, which continues to be a huge success year after year. As always, it was extremely well attended and we were thrilled to have the opportunity to meet so many existing customers and partners, as well as making some valuable new contacts who we hope to work with in the future.

“On Tuesday evening we were lucky enough to join guests from Faun Zoeller to a Barvarian evening, and then attend the gala dinner on Wednesday evening with employees from Johnston Engineering – a long-standing partner of ours.”

The RWM exhibition, which marked its 46th anniversary this year, saw over 750 companies exhibit, and welcomed various delegates from a wide range of backgrounds and industries, including the waste management sector, local authorities and retail companies.

Go Plant’s stand showcased one of its 54 brand new high-specification 18 tonne truck mounted road sweepers, designed to handle a multitude of large scale jobs  ranging from motorway and highway sweeps, to industrial and construction site work. The vehicle impressed visitors and exhibitors alike, who had the chance to get up-close to view its technical features and fittings.

Go Plant’s road sweepers have been called upon for a multitude of prestigious events across the country this year, including Notting Hill Carnival, the British Golf Open, Southampton Boat Show, as well as the Glastonbury Festival which saw them maintain mud-free roads and pedestrian walkways during the weekend, and undertake road sweeps as part of the large six week clean-up afterwards.

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