Less than four weeks to International Rental Conference in Beijing

By Murray Pollok25 August 2015

Places are still available for the 3rd International Rental Conference (IRC), taking place in Beijing on 21 September, the day before the start of the BICES show.

The conference – organised by International Rental News magazine – is the best place to find out about trends in China’s rental market and to hear from acknowledged experts in rental worldwide.

Speakers from outside China include keynote speaker Chris Davies (CEO, HSS Hire), Enilson Moreira de Lima (CEO, A Geradora), Michel Petitjean (Secretary General, European Rental Association), Jim Barr (Vice President, Terex AWP), Guy van der Knaap (Managing Director, MCS) and Desmond Ong (CEO, Galmon).

Chinese rental leaders taking part include Chunyu Zhang (General Manager, Shanghai Horizon Equipment), Jia Li Cai (Managing Director, Machinery Management & Rental Division, CCIA) and Ni Xinli (Chairman/founder, Jiangsu Tongyuan Machinery).

See the full programme and book your place at: www.khl.com/irc

Topics being covered include:

  • Customer service in the rental industry;
  • China’s growth in aerial platform rentals;
  • Managing recessions and growth cycles;
  • Exploiting the internet in rental;
  • Earthmoving rental in China.

The event sponsors are: Gold - Genie (Terex Corp); Silver - JLG Industries and Sany; Supporting - Dingli, Haulotte Group, Ritchie Brios Auctioneers, Sinoboom.

The event is supported by the Machinery Management and Rental Branch of the China Construction Industry Association (CCIA) and the International Powered Access (IPAF).

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