AGG1, scheduled for March 22-24, 2016, in Nashville, will be the industry’s go-to show next year, and The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association’s (NSSGA) 2016 AGG1 Academy is shaping up to be the biggest and most diverse aggregates-focused education program yet. Registration opens for the NSSGA annual convention and AGG1 Academy & Expo on Monday, Nov. 16.
Nearly 60 sessions will cover everything from aggregates basics, like Crushing 101 and Screening 101, to deep-dive case studies of new processes and technologies. Experts from NSSGA member companies will share their knowledge of techniques and best practices to help industry peers operate more safely, efficiently and profitably.
Attendees can also look forward to an in-depth tour of Rogers Group’s Rutherford Quarry, a 2014 recipient of NSSGA’s Community Relations and Environmental Stewardship Awards of Excellence, or enhancing their business skills with Basic Supervisory Training or Strategic Sales Training.
Accompanying these education sessions is NSSGA’s 2016 AGG1 Expo. This year’s Expo is quickly filling up as exhibitors are gearing up to showcase more than 45,000 sq. ft. of the latest in aggregates processing equipment, technologies and solutions.
From drones to dredges and everything in between, attendees will get a sneak peek into the future of the industry. Primed as the go-to show for the aggregates industry, more than 6,000 key decision makers from companies around the globe are expected to attend.