HOSTED BY VOLVO CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT
As part of the Bauma Trade Fair in April 2016, the Construction Climate Challenge (CCC) hosted by Volvo Construction Equipment has been accepted into the Bauma Charity Alliance.
“An important step forward,” says Niklas Nillroth, VP Environment & Sustainability of Volvo Construction Equipment.
With a new platform called the Bauma Charity Alliance, the world’s largest construction trade fair aims at drawing attention to the sector’s non-profit projects. With focus on education, food programs, health, social integration and the environment, the Bauma Trade Fair will highlight some of the best work currently in operation across the sector.
Today, the Construction Climate Challenge announces that it has been selected as one of the projects for the fair’s Charity Alliance.
“Being part of this is an important step into reaching our goal of establishing the CCC as an industry arena for climate change discussion,” says Niklas Nillroth, VP Environment & Sustainability of Volvo Construction Equipment.
Taking place in Munich from April 11–17, 2016, the Bauma Trade Fair For Construction is a leading platform for experts who deal with construction.
The event allows key decision makers to meet in one place in order to see and experience the latest technologies in the construction and mining industry.
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