IAPA early bird rate ends next month

By Euan Youdale13 January 2015

Book your place at the International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) and beat the deadline for early bird savings at the end of February.

The world's biggest and most prestigious access industry awards ceremony, now in its seventh year, will be held on the same day as the IPAF Summit at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel, near Washington, DC, USA, on 26 March.

The early bird booking rate ends 27 February 2015, after which standard rates apply.

CLICK HERE for booking information.

Jointly organised by KHL’s Access International and the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF), the IAPAs celebrate best practice and excellence in the powered access industry, attracting audiences of around 450 each year.

Frank Nerenhausen, president of JLG, will be the keynote speaker at the IPAF Summit. He will explore emerging technologies and their potential application in the access industry under the title “Gimmicks or the Next Reality”.

The IPAF Summit conference attracts senior representatives from the worldwide access industry to discuss and debate the latest technical, safety and business developments in the sector. The theme of the 2015 Summit is “New Technologies and New Markets”.

Speakers will focus on how new technologies will change the face of the access industry in the next five to 10 years and look at how existing technologies are still battling to open up new markets around the world.

The full programme will be announced shortly. The conference will be held in English, with simultaneous translation into Spanish. Attendance at the IPAF Summit conference is free.

Visit www.iapa-summit.info for more information about the IAPA awards and IPAF Summit

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