Visitors to ConExpo Latin America will have access to the experts, equipment and education that will help grow their businesses, as the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) brings its ConExpo brand of manufacturerrun, top-quality expositions direct to the Latin American region.

AEM is using the experience, industry input and global partnerships of ConExpo-Con/Agg to create another event with real value, with less travel time for attendees, no need for visas, and in the Spanish language. The exhibition is managed "by the industry, for the industry" based on the ConExpo model.

ConExpo Latin America is being held October 21-24, 2015 in Santiago, Chile at the Espacio Riesco, co-located with Edifica and Expo Hormigón.

The exhibition expands the business connections between manufacturers and buyers. Visitors will find the latest equipment, products, technologies and services for the construction industry, innovations that advance productivity, efficiencies, safety and sustainability. They can talk directly with the manufacturer experts about product performance and comparison shop among the leading global and regional companies who have taken exhibit space.

ConExpo-quality education sessions are also offered. Education complements the exhibits, featuring regional and international experts, who will share their experiences and insights on the latest trends and technologies directly affecting the Latin American construction industry. AEM has worked with leading industry associations and organisations to present a well-rounded slate of visitor education.

Industry support enhances the show experience, with more than 75 industry official supporting organisations and publications underscoring the value that is seen in ConExpo Latin America as an industry gathering place offering real return on investment. AEM highly values and appreciates the essential support of the magazines, chambers, and organisations who help it build high-quality events.

ConExpo Latin America covers 40,000 sq m of exhibits, education, meetings and networking, with more than 250 exhibitors from around the world. Product categories include cranes and related aerial and lifting equipment. There are international exhibit pavilions, organised by China, Germany, Italy, North America and the UK.

Visitors can check out the exhibition’s online directory and floor plan to see who is exhibiting, preview the new products they’ll display, and map out an onsite schedule of events so they save time when they arrive at the convention centre.

The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) and the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) are presenting two of the six ConExpo Latin America conferences.

The IPAF Aerial Work Platform Conference will cover safety and technical issues affecting the use of aerial work platforms (AWPs), focusing on a range of current and regional topics in the powered access industry.

The NCCCO Crane and Rigging Professional Safety Conference highlights the latest industry practices and trends relating to crane and rigging safety for the Latin American marketplace.

Registration for the exhibits and education events is available online pre-show at