Big names to exhibit at IRE

By Helen Wright17 June 2016

The International Rental Exhibition (IRE), running from 2nd to 4th May 2017 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, is already attracting key industry players to exhibit.

Big names already signed up to exhibit include Perkins, JCB, Himoinsa, Yanmar, Wacker Neuson, Kaeser Kompressoren, Eurogate International, Vermeer and Containex.

Other big names signed up to exhibit include Thwaites Dumpers, Ritelite Systems, Trackunit, Brendon Powerwashers and Schwamborn.

The 4th International Rental Exhibition (IRE) returns to Amsterdam and the RAI exhibition centre in 2017, but with a fresh approach and a new exhibition hall, the recently opened Amtrium.

IRE 2017 will again take place in cooperation with the European Rental Association (ERA), which will hold its convention on the same three days, along with the European Rental Awards. IRE will also co-locate with the well-established APEX aerial platform exhibition.

Holding IRE in the new Amtrium hall – which was opened in mid-2015 - will allow close integration of the exhibition and convention, with ERA using meeting rooms directly adjoining the IRE show floor.

That will mean rapid and easy access to the exhibition stands for ERA delegates, and give exhibitors the opportunity to showcase their products and services to hundreds of key European rental equipment buyers.

Visitors to IRE are given free access to the APEX aerial platform exhibition - and vice versa - which drives additional traffic to both shows. In June 2014, when the two events were last held, more than 1100 people attended the IRE show and around 4400 visitors visited APEX.

IRE is organised by BV Industrial Promotions International (I.P.I.) in association with IRN magazine.

For more details, including how to register, go to http

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