'Early bird' rate for WCTS conference available until 31 March

30 March 2015

Readers are reminded that the ‘early bird’ registration rate for the World Crane & Transport Summit (WCTS) in Amsterdam on 4 and 5 November is available until tomorrow (Tuesday 31 March).

The early bird rate for the two-day event is US$881/€678/£542, rising to the standard rate of US$1259/€968/£775) on 1 April.

Book your place at www.khl.com/wcts

The event, which takes place at the NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky in the centre of Amsterdam, has a high-powered line-up, with a strong list of participants, including: Jan Kleijn, Mammoet; Saket Agarwal, ABG Infralogistics; Marco van Daal, The Works International; Alexandre-Jacques Vernazza, Mediaco; and Frank Bardonaro, Maxim Crane.

The full conference programme is here.

Sponsors are as follows: Gold; Zoomlion. Silver; Liebherr, Terex, Tii (Scheuerle/Nicolas/Kamag). Supporting sponsors: Goldhofer, Modulift, TSL (Tech Safety Lines) and WireCo WorldGroup.

As in previous years the Summit has the support of many leading crane and transport associations around the world, including Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA), The European Association of Abnormal Road Transport and Mobile Cranes (ESTA), Sindipesa, Crane Industry Council of Australia (CICA) and Associpesa, together with many of their members.


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