APEX returns to Maastricht in ‘08

24 April 2008

The chosen date takes the event into a three-year cycle, avoiding both Intermat and Bauma shows, and will again have the official support of the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF).

Andrew Reid, IPAF’s president, said; “APEX is an important meeting place for the whole industry and IPAF looks forward to actively working with the APEX organisers to encourage a wider audience to attend and learn about the enhanced safe working opportunities offered by the powered access business.”

Access International will again be organizing an access and rental conference during the exhibition and is the official publication for APEX.

One change from previous events will be the days on which APEX is held - Wednesday to Friday rather than Thursday to Saturday. This change has been made in response to requests from exhibitors.

James King, publisher of AI, said the prospects were great for a successful event; “The access sector is enjoying a fantastic spell at the moment, and indications are that this will be sustained beyond APEX 2008. There is also enormous interest in access from new markets in eastern Europe, the Middle East, China and elsewhere - APEX will be the ideal venue for these potential and current buyers to meet and see the latest equipment.”

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