LiftEx, the UK’s only trade show dedicated to overhead lifting, will be bigger than ever in 2010. Organised annually by the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA), for the first time the show will run for two days, and feature more exhibitors, better displays and demonstrations, and an extended programme of expert speakers.
LiftEx 2010 will be held at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, on Thursday November 18th and Friday November 19th. Commenting on the launch of this year’s exhibition, Geoff Holden, chief executive of the LEEA, said: “Following an extremely successful show in Chester last year, the overwhelming feedback from exhibitors was to run it over two days instead of one, and provide bigger stands to allow more products and services to be highlighted. We’re also looking to develop the supporting programme of expert speakers, which proved very popular in 2009.”
Admission to the show will remain free of charge for visitors. Exhibitor packages are extremely competitively priced; for further details contact Gabrielle Thomas on +44 (0)1480 432801 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. More information can also be found at www.leea.co.uk
Established in 1944, the LEEA has over 300 member companies worldwide and campaigns vigorously for higher standards of safety within the lifting industry. In addition to providing members with training and expert technical advice, the association works closely with organisations such as the Health and Safety Executive in the preparation of regulations and British, European and International standards. Member companies include those involved in the design, manufacture, hire, repair, refurbishment, test, examination, verification and use of lifting equipment. Applicants are subject to an initial technical audit before full membership is granted, and then to a continuing programme of assessments. Further details on the activities of the LEEA and a full list of members can be found at: www.leea.co.uk