Leading Australian companies have started setting up ready for the opening of the 2016 Surat Basin Expo showcasing new and innovative products and services for all areas of industry and business.
The event kicks off tomorrow at the Toowoomba Showgrounds from 9am, and continues until 4pm on Thursday.
Force One will be unveiling their $1.1m revolutionary robotically driven Dry-Vac truck, one of only two in the southern hemisphere and possibly the only time this vehicle will be available for public inspection.
Another industry first will be when Optus Satellite, one of the event sponsors, unveil its new range of innovative satellite solutions providing unique and practical communication platforms for a whole range of industries and businesses.
Event director, Bob Carroll said that the quality of businesses and product that will be on display at the expo is exceptional.
The GasFields Commission will be on site and will be talking to local business leaders about supply chain opportunities in the Surat Basin and surrounding areas. And if that wasn’t enough this year’s expo will feature a special presentation stage located in the main food court.
Presentations will run on both days of the event.
The Surat Basin Expo is not just about mining and energy. It is showcasing products and services for all areas of business so if you are in business in this region you should attend.
The expo opens this week at the Toowoomba Showgrounds on Wednesday 15th June 9am to 5pm and Thursday 16th June from 9am to 4pm.
Tickets to the Industry Forum, held tonight, will also close this afternoon.