Sandvik Construction – Intermat 2015

The Intermat exhibition in Paris has traditionally been seen as one of the “big three” global construction equipment exhibitions.  However, due to changes within the industry, and following consultations with our customers, distributors, stakeholders and many members of the world’s construction media, Sandvik Construction has taken the decision not to exhibit at Intermat 2015.
The decision not to attend Intermat has not been taken lightly, but please be assured that although we may miss you there, we will do everything we can to make sure you are kept informed of the very latest developments at Sandvik Construction. In fact by not exhibiting at Intermat 2015 Sandvik Construction will be able to concentrate efforts and resources on other customer focused activities which reflects Sandvik’s global position.  
Sandvik Construction appreciates its relationship with the global construction media and I look forward to working with you in 2015.
For further information please contact:
Satu Rämö
Global Marketing Communication Manager
Sandvik Construction
Office Phone: +358 205 44 151
Mobile Phone: +358 40 537 4020

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