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Going Global: A Closer Look at World of Concrete in China and India

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World of Concrete isn’t just a once-a-year endeavor. The exhibits, demos, and education continue in India in October and China in December.

You may know World of Concrete for the annual exhibition in Las Vegas each January. But the show’s reach goes far beyond North America, with events in India and China. Here’s a sneak peek.


World of Concrete comes to India for the eighth time, in Mumbai October 13-15, 2022. World of Concrete was last held in India in 2019, attended by more than 6,000 visitors, more than 100 delegates, and more than 150 brands. Visitors and exhibitors voted it as the most relevant exhibition in the core construction and infrastructure sector.

The 2022 show will feature exhibitors from categories including concrete and building materials and precast; equipment, tools, instruments, scaffolding, and formwork; construction chemicals; commercial and industrial flooring; safety equipment; and software.

In addition to exhibits, attendees will find demos, education sessions, networking opportunities, technical workshops, and much more.

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The 2022 World of Concrete Asia (WOCA), the leading concrete exhibition in Asia, will be held December 14-16 in Shanghai, China. Attendees can see the latest products and technologies from more than 800 companies in concrete, concrete surface, mortar and related masonry, non-concrete flooring, and more. The show also will feature nearly 100 world-class education programs presented by speakers from China and all over the world, live demos, and a skills competition.

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