INTERMAT Paris aims to be the show that brings together the entire construction and public works industry.
A BFM Business TV platform at the heart of the show
The BFM Business TV studio will be located in the Industry forum a nerve centre at the heart of the exhibition, to showcase the efforts of the sector’s five major federations: DLR, EVOLIS, FFB, FNTP and SEIMAT, who will be on hand to welcome visitors and discuss the major challenges facing the sector.
*Principle visual, non-contractual
4 keys to support the decarbonisation of construction equipment
The 5 presidents of the major construction federations will sign the manifesto at the show: « 4 keys to support the decarbonisation of construction equipment » which sets out their 4 commitments:
- Adopt the right energy for each use
- Save energy
- Circular economy and CSR
To act together, measure, set a trajectory, offer solutions with high climate benefits and support all the businesses in the sector.
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Around thirty round tables to trigger reflection and debate
The BFM Business TV studio will feature round-table talks by high-level speakers from:
- The building and public works industry,
- Project owners and prime contractors,
- Energy suppliers, innovators, training providers and public authorities....
As well as insights from leading French and international experts.
Speaking slots and debates will cover all the issues at the heart of the construction industry over the 4 days of the exhibition:
- The undertakings of the construction industry
- Sustainable cities and societal expectations
- The vision of construction groups
- Solutions to supply energy to worksites
- Material innovations
- Equipment and new energies
- CSR and the tide of regulations
- Auditing and taxonomy
- Equipment hire and new business models
- Digital tools
- The issues of retrofitting, rebuilding and reconditioning
- Training and job appeal
- The aspirations of the younger generation
- Adaptation to new equipment
- Operators at the heart of the debate