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Dates Announced For ScotPlant 2026

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ScotPlant 2026 is to take place on Friday April 24 and Saturday April 25, 2026.

Following the success of ScotPlant 2024, which attracted almost 6,660 unique visitors and 210 exhibitors, the biennial event will return once again to the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, next to Edinburgh Airport.

Organiser Peebles Media Group – publisher of Project Plant magazine – has moved to secure the dates for the next instalment of the long-running trade event, which has become a key date in the calendar for Scotland’s plant industry.

For more than 25 years, ScotPlant has provided an unparalleled opportunity for sector stakeholders to network, do business, and check out the latest machines, solutions and innovations to hit the marketplace.

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Demand is expected to be extremely high for 2026 and a number of potential new exhibitors have already expressed interest in joining a stellar line-up which, as always, will include many of the world’s largest construction equipment manufacturers and their local dealers.

Project Plant editor Gary Moug said: "We're delighted to be able to confirm the dates for ScotPlant 2026. Feedback we’ve had to ScotPlant 2024 has been incredible and we’ve loved reading all the positive comments about the show from exhibitors and visitors alike. It was an amazing two days which cemented the event’s status as a vital showcase for the industry in Scotland and showed our sector at its very best. As ever, lots of deals were done over the weekend and crucial connections were made. I’ve been involved with ScotPlant for over ten years now and witnessed the exhibition going from strength to strength in that time. We’re already working on plans to improve ScotPlant even further and can’t wait to welcome exhibitors and visitors to the next edition in 2026!"

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