Industry leaders at 5th World Crane & Transport Summit (WCTS)

01 September 2015

Representatives of some of the biggest crane and specialized transport companies around the world will participate in the 5th World Crane & Transport Summit (WCTS), being held in Amsterdam on 4 and 5 November this year.

Senior figures from companies including Mammoet, Sarens, ABG, ALE, Bok Seng Logistics, Collett & Sons, Daco Heavy Lift, Maxim Crane, Tradelossa and Euro-Rigging will take part in the event.

Book now at www.khl.com/wcts and take advantage of the special hotel rates negotiated for the WCTS.

The conference - organised by International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine and KHL Group - provides an opportunity to network and to hear from senior figures on topics, including: safety and training; market developments; wind turbine projects; succession planning; and project case studies.

Among the speakers are:

  • Jan Kleijn (Mammoet)
  • Marco van Daal (The Works International)
  • Mathias Rehe (Daco Heavy Lift)
  • Norbert van Schaik (Siemens Wind Power)
  • Ton Klijn (Wagenborg Nedlift)
  • Ton Raemakers (Euro-Rigging)
  • Frank Bardonaro (Maxim Crane)
  • Vincent Teo (Bok Seng Logistics)

Topics being covered over the two days include:

  • Managing wind turbine projects
  • Proposals for a European crane operator licence scheme
  • The special demands of oil and gas projects
  • New operating guidelines for self-propelled modular transporter (SPMT)
  • Succession planning for family-owned businesses;
  • Reports on developing markets (South East Asia, Caspian, Africa and India);
  • Round-table on recruiting and retaining people

CONTACTS

DELEGATE BOOKINGS:

John Austin
Tel: +44 1892 786220
john.austin@khl.com

EVENT INFORMATION:

Alex Dahm
Tel: +44 1892 786206
alex.dahm@khl.com

Murray Pollok
Tel: +44 1505 850043
murray.pollok@khl.com

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