AGG1 is Roaring Success for Mellott Company and CrushersPlus

Mar. 30, 2015

Booth was crowded most of the show.

Mellott Company enjoyed what can only be described as a “record-breaking” AGG1 2015 tradeshow, at the Baltimore Convention Center. The number of visitors to our booth topped 300 by a good margin and at times we did not have enough space in the booth to accommodate all visitors. Considering the size of our booth, we appeared to have more visitors per square-foot than any competitor.

Our visitors ranged from old friends to brand new customers. Several of the new visitors accepted offers to come visit our Warfordsburg Campus facilities.

We were especially excited to note a drastic increase in people from Central and South America, which are becoming a fast-growing market with lots of potential for several of our product lines, especially CrushersPlus.

In addition, we also met with several potential customers who were interested in our contract crushing services and complete aggregates systems.

If AGG1 2015 is any indication, Mellott Company is looking at bright future across all segments and we are looking forward to AGG1 2016 in Nashville, TN, to repeat the success.

Organizers of AGG1 and the collocated World of Asphalt (WOA) also described the overall events as successful.

Trade Show News Network ( noted “The World of Asphalt and AGG1 2015 not only scored new attendance records, but also they broke records in number of exhibitors and net square footage. The shows, held March 17-19 at the Baltimore (Md.) Convention Center, had a total attendance of 7,600, which was up more than 26 percent, compared with the last show, and 1,000 more than the previous record. In addition, both shows set exhibitor and exhibit space records, with a total 450 exhibitors on more than 135,000 net square feet to showcase the latest technologies and products. ‘Exhibitors and attendees alike cited the value of face-to-face dialog with so many industry professionals and companies in one place and the consistently high-quality environment of the shows,’ said Show Manager Rich Prausa of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.”

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