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7th annual LiftEx
Leeds, United Kingdom - 17th and 18th November 2011
Exhibition / trade show

This year's event has already grown considerably, with 38% more floor space than in 2010 and more sponsors and stands confirmed ahead of time.

LiftEx, which is now regarded as the leading event for the lifting industry in the UK, is unique in its offering of bringing together designers, engineers, manufacturers, distributors, repairers and hirers of all types of lifting equipment, with end users from industry verticals that rely on this equipment.

Highlights of LiftEx 2011 include:

TWO show days for maximum impact
More than 60 individual exhibitor companies
Programme of presentations from the industry
News and updates from the LEEA

Who should attend:

The Lifting Industry, including: designers, manufacturers, distributors, hirers and repairers
End users of lifting equipment including: construction, engineering, utilities, maritime, energy and logistics industries


Date(s):
17th and 18th November 2011

Venue:
Saviles Hall, Leeds

http://www.liftex.org
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