ESTA awards & market webinar: register free now

17 September 2020

Registration is open for the free online ESTA Awards & Market Update on 24 September. Register here to reserve your place.

ESTA AWARDS and market update 2020

The two-hour event will combine an online ESTA awards of excellence with three presentations focusing on the prospects for the crane and specialized transport sector in the coming years.

The chief energy strategist at IHS Markit, Atul Arya, will give an overview of global energy market trends. Arya’s background includes 20 years with BP.

He joins Wim Sarens, CEO of Sarens Group, who will talk about current “dynamic” market trends, and Chris Sleight, managing director at Off-Highway Research, who will discuss the global market for cranes.

The winners of this year’s ESTA Awards of Excellence will be announced live during the event. The award shortlists are here.

Atul Arya

Atul Arya, IHS Markit senior VP and chief energy strategist

The final speaker line-up is as follows:

Atul Arya, senior vice president and chief energy strategist, IHS Markit
What next for the Global Energy Market

Wim Sarens Pic

Wim Sarens, Sarens Group.

Wim Sarens, chief executive officer, Sarens Group
The dynamic reality of the 2020-2022 market

Chris Sleight, managing director, Off Highway Research
The global crane industry

The event is organised by ESTA, KHL Group and its magazine International Cranes and Specialized Transport.

The award sponsors are Tadano Demag and Kässbohrer, and the supporting sponsors are Liebherr and Spierings Mobile Cranes.

 

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