Extended IRE attracts 80 exhibitors

By Helen Wright13 May 2014

The International Rental Exhibition (IRE) is selling out quickly – a total of 80 exhibitors are now registered to take part in the June show, which was expanded to accommodate demand.

At the end of April, space for as many as 20 additional exhibitors was added to the exhibition, triggered by the large size of the waiting list.

HSO has now signed up to the show, together with Smartlift, FSI power-tech, Hanenberg Materieel, Green Tek, Morris Site Machinery, Nightsearcher, Graco, Life’s Cool, Echo Barrier, Red Rhino and Metalgalante.

More enquiries are still being accommodated, and the final stands are now being sold on a first-come-first-served basis.

Other already confirmed exhibitors are important suppliers to the rental market including Volvo CE, Kubota, Hitachi, Wacker Neuson, Yanmar, JCB and Hilti.

The show takes place at the Amsterdam RAI venue in the Netherlands on 24-26 June, 2014.

The current full list can be found at the show website, www.IREshow.com

Tony Kenter, managing director of show organiser Industrial Promotions International (IPI), said he was delighted with the increase in size of the show.

“A bigger, stronger show is good news for everyone. It expands the range of equipment on display for visitors and helps generate increased traffic for all the exhibitors. IRE, taking together with the APEX aerial platform show, gives rental companies a fantastic array of suppliers to visit at a single location over three days.”

The IRE show, which is supported by the European Rental Association and International Rental News (IRN), is being held at the RAI in a hall alongside the APEX aerial platform exhibition. Visitors registered for one of the shows will have free access to the other.

Visitors are being encouraged to register for the shows in advance to avoid paying the €20 ‘on-the-day’ fee. Pre-register online at www.IREshow.com

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