IPAF China office and training launch

By Euan Youdale31 October 2014

The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) will hold a networking reception at bauma China, 26 November, to mark the opening of the its China office.

It will also launch IPAF operator training materials in Chinese.

The networking reception is open to IPAF members and anyone who manufactures, rents, distributes, operates, uses or works with aerial work platforms.

Attendees will learn about IPAF’s new office and planned activities in China, and get insights on how IPAF operator training can increase safety and productivity in their businesses.

"This launch and networking reception offers an opportunity to meet representatives working in the Chinese MEWP industry right at the heart of one of the fastest growing MEWP markets," said a company spokesperson.

Representing IPAF will be: Bai Ri, IPAF’s new representative for China; Raymond Wat, regional general manager, IPAF South East Asia; and Tim Whiteman, IPAF CEO.

IPAF’s stand at bauma China will promote the Federation’s activities for the industry, raise awareness of how MEWPs provide a safe and effective way to perform temporary work at height, and offer solutions to keep the industry safe through operator training and technical and safety resources.

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