IDE confirms sponsorship deal with Liebherr and ECY

15 May 2015

(l-r) Duncan Rudall (IDE president), Richard Yarwood (ECY Haulmark managing director), Darren Bennet

(l-r) Duncan Rudall (IDE president), Richard Yarwood (ECY Haulmark managing director), Darren Bennet (Liebherr GB national accounts manager)

The Institute of Demolition Engineers (IDE) has announced the agreement of a 12 month sponsorship with Liebherr GB and ECY Haulmark that will see both companies supporting various Institute regional meetings and events around the UK. The agreement could in the future be extended to cover a further 12 months.

Commenting on the deal both Liebherr GB’s Darren Bennet and ECY Haulmark’s Rick Yarwood said: “It’s a great privilege to become associated with the IDE and its members. We hope we are able to use our combined experience to assist and advise the IDE and its Members in the correct use, selection and maintenance of plant and attachments. Liebherr and LaBounty, who are supplied by ECY Haulmark, have a reputation for quality and innovation around the World and we hope we can pass on some of this knowledge and technical ability through our association with the IDE.”

IDE president Duncan Rudall echoed their comments by adding: “The IDE are very pleased to have two prominent, well recognised, and influential companies wanting to be associated with us and we are certain that both parties will bring a lot to the table. We look forward to welcoming them into the IDE and kindly thank them for their sponsorship.”

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