Another top speaker at summit

By Alex Dahm06 September 2011

Shell International's Leon Schopping is the latest senior figure to agree to give a keynote speech at the World Crane and Transport Summit in Amsterdam, the Netherlands this November.

Schopping, principal technical expert for lifting at Shell International, will talk about the company's twelve life-saving rules and how they specifically affect crane and heavy transport suppliers. He will also explain how Shell communicates its rules to everyone involved on site and how they have affected safety.

Schopping joins an agenda containing many top-level speakers from the global crane and heavy transport sectors.

The World Crane and Transport Summit will take place on 10 and 11 November 2011 at the Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam. A gala dinner will be held on the evening of 10 November.

For full details please see www.khl.com/wcts or contact Ms Katy Storvik on Tel: +44 (0)1892 786201.

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