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Innovation on show at National Roads & Traffic Expo conference

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Roadside Services
September 13, 2019
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Roadside Services and Solutions is exhibiting its state-of-the art engineered products and safety solutions at the National Roads & Traffic Expo being held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on September 17 and 18.

The Roadside team invites attendees to visit the booth located at stand 1131 over the two days and see demonstrations of the latest bollards developed by the Roadside Services and Solutions safety engineering team. Particularly, the new gas lift bollard recently launched in Adelaide, will be on show in Victoria for the first time and is a must-see bollard innovation for anyone seeking people and infrastructure protection that can be activated as required.

Furthermore, on display at the booth will be a showcase of Australian-made signs we produce in our manufacturing plants in Melbourne and Adelaide.

The civil works team will have on show some of their most recent works around Australia.

Roadside Services and Solutions managing director Jared Watkins says, “There is no doubt we are a leader in the development of innovative traffic and safety products.

“The theme of this conference is Infrastructure, Technology and Innovation and we certainly want to be at the forefront of providing products that lead, innovate and continue to provide the highest level of safety to people and infrastructure,” Mr Watkins says.

Roadside Services and Solutions continues on an exceptional growth path. This year the company celebrates 10 years of serving the road and traffic industry and celebrated this milestone moving all its service divisions – Sign manufacturing, Bollards, Engineering, Civil Works, Guardrail and Line marking into one location at 841 Mountain Highway, Bayswater. Together with more than a $500,000 investment in a new line marking truck to add to its growing fleet of service trucks and utes to cover more work locations simultaneously, Roadside’s footprint can be seen nationally at job locations all across the country.

Come and meet with our team at the conference - Director, South Australia and Northern Territory Craig Woods, Security Engineer Jim Labilles, National Manager Business Development Carissa Hames, Sales Executives David Ross and Vanessa Thompson.

Also check out our many expo specials on products and services on offer at our Booth 1131 and take the opportunity to secure some cost-savings.

About the National Roads & Traffic Expo

Major changes and developments are on a fast track in Australia’s road infrastructure and traffic industries.

More than $73 billion has been committed by the government to transport infrastructure across the country, and companies that provide solutions and services to the road planning, building and operating ecosystem are in high-demand.

The National Roads & Traffic Expo is Australia's trade show for the entire roads transport ecosystem, featuring hundreds of free information sessions and demonstrations running alongside a free-to-attend exhibition. Market leaders and experts from across the country attend to do business and get up-to-speed with developments in the fields of infrastructure, traffic management, smart mobility, parking and safety.

The event is attended by government, operators, partners and suppliers from across Australia and beyond interested in road construction, congestion busting, smart mobility, road safety, traffic management, parking solutions, active transport, innovation and start up zone.

Speakers include: John Hardwick, Executive Director Sydney, NSW Roads and Maritime Services; Collette Burke, Victorian Chief Engineer, Office of Projects Victoria; Nicolas Frances Gilley, Melbourne City Council Councillor and Chair of the Transport Portfolio and Aboriginal City Portfolio; Catherine Rooney, Executive Director, Strategy and Research Infrastructure Victoria; Jeff Dusting, Head of ITS Engineering Strategy and Innovation, Transurban.

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