Spantech Exhibits at Land Forces 2014

Spantech is displaying an extensive range of Explosives Storehouses (ESH) and other Earth Covered Buildings (ECB) at Land Forces 2014. Spantech will demonstrate how their patented Earth Covered Buildings are designed and constructed. The display will include scale models and footage from the full scale explosive trials conducted at the Woomera Rocket Range in 1991.

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Spantech is displaying an extensive range of Explosives Storehouses (ESH) and other Earth Covered Buildings (ECB) at Land Forces 2014. Spantech will demonstrate how their patented Earth Covered Buildings are designed and constructed. The display will include scale models and footage from the full scale explosive trials conducted at the Woomera Rocket Range in 1991.

Land Forces 2014

Land Forces 2014 is presented in collaboration with the Australian Army. The event is a combined international industry exposition and conference.

The exhibition showcases equipment, technology and services for the armies of Australia, Asia and the Indo-Pacific. There is a broad range of conferences, symposia and forums being held at the same time. The conference will feature an array of eminent speakers and presenters attracting delegates from around the world.

Exclusive to industry, government and defence professionals, Land Forces 2014 is not open to the general public. It will be held over four industry-only days from Monday 22 to Thursday 25 September 2014.

Where to Find Us

Spantech’s CEO, Dick Lucas and Spantech’s Marketing Manager, Craig Lucas will be available daily at the Spantech display, part of the Defence Industries Queensland Stand. The DIQ Stand is at the entrance to the main exhibition hall.

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