Intermat: construction under the magnifying glass


Intermat, the show for sustainable construction solutions and technologies, is approaching: after three years the exhibition will be will be held from 24 to 27 April 2024 at Paris Nord Villepinte.

Paris is such an evocative setting for getting a glimpse at construction sector: a market which, in France, is worth 310 billion euro with more than 150.000 professionals.

Forecasts are positive: a slight growth about 2%, especially due to civil engineering positive trend (+1.8% in developed countries and 2.2% in emerging countries).
An undeniable growth in civil sector, about +4.4% in 2023, represents a positive driving force of construction sector.

Following these outlooks and data collected, an exhibition like Intermat represents a fundamental indicator: more than 1.000 exhibitor, of which 70% internation from more than 160 countries.
The 5 pillars of this edition are: “New technologies and energies”, “Earthmoving, demolition & transportation”, “Roads, minerals & foundations”, “Building, Civil Engineering & Concrete Industry” and “Lifting & handling”.
So many facets which are all backed by Emiliana Serbatoi: a wide range of products suitable for transversal needs.

Machinery are bound to great capacities: refuelling tanks for on-site operations, polyethylene transport tanks, huge containers for generating sets and heating systems.
These are just few of the entire range: at Intermat, together with the French dealer Haladjian Industrial Solutions, Emiliana Serbatoi is going to show tanks in compliance with ADR approval, refuelling tanks, fuel monitoring systems and accessories suitable for all construction stakeholders.

Moreover, a line dedicated to Biodiesel, 100% compatible in terms of materials and accessories, designed to contain the innovative sustainable fuel, including the more aggressive B100, available in different capacities.

Intermat reveals to be a great showcase for Emiliana Serbatoi to riconfirm once again leading producer with all products in hall 5A, booth K033.
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