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InfraTech and Matexpo, the two leading construction and infrastructure trade shows in Belgium and the Netherlands, have joined forces and will be launching the new trade show, Techni-Mat, to be held on October 7th and 8th 2020.

This new show, which covers everything relating to techniques, technology and materials for infrastructure and structural works, has been created in response to a practical need from the industry.

What is it?

  • 2-day trade show
  • For all companies involved in infrastructure and structural works
  • Focus on techniques and materials
  • The perfect forum for know-how in the sector
  • Products and services:
    • Construction materials
    • Infrastructure
    • Special techniques + technologies
    • Innovations

Who will be visiting?

Techni-Mat is a new concept for all providers in infrastructure and structural works and is targeted specifically at:

  • Contractors from general construction and road-building: technical managers, purchasers, quantity surveyors, design bureaux, site and project managers, general management
  • Clients / principals:
    • government: federal, regional, provincial and local
    • care institutions
  • Private clients
  • Utility companies

Which sectors?

  • Foundations & building framing
  • Roof & walls
  • Infrastructure
  • Tunnel technology
  • Sewerage & water
  • Public spaces & mobility
  • Energy

“Our project managers are often faced with complex problems on-site. So it’s good to know that there will now be a platform where every possible solution can be found under one roof.”


Entrance tickets
Free when registered online (autumn 2019). On-site: paying


Parking: paying
Parking possible near the fair on the parkings of Kortrijk Xpo.



Persons with a mobile disability
Techni-Mat is easily accessible for people with a mobile disability. You can park close to the south entrance. A wheelchair is available if required.


Social Media
Follow us.
Facebook: @technimat
Twitter: @TechniMatBE
Linkedin: Techni-Mat


No animals allowed
Only assistance dogs are admitted as support for a disabled person. These dogs must be clearly recognizable and carry an official recognition.