Liugong president to speak at ICEF

26 March 2013

Liugong president and vice chairman Zeng Guang’an.

Liugong president and vice chairman Zeng Guang’an.

Zeng Guang’an, vice chairman & president of Liugong will speak at this year’s International Construction Economic Forum (ICEF), which takes place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands from 20 – 22 November.

During his career, Mr Zeng has received numerous awards and honours. In 2009, he was elected as one of China’s Top 10 Outstanding CEOs at the China CEO Summit Forum. In 2010, the State Council of China awarded him the title of National Model Worker. In 2013, International Business Daily named Mr Zeng as one of Top Ten Business Men of the Year 2012. He has worked for Liugong since 1985 and held his current role since 1999.

Liugong has been a leader in China’s construction equipment manufacturing industry for more than 50 years. Today it is one of the fastest growing, global, full-line construction equipment companies in the world and was ranked 20th in International Construction’s Yellow Table league table of the world’s largest construction equipment manufacturers.

The company is headquartered in Liuzhou, in China’s Guangxi province. Besides and extensive domestic network, the company boasts 400 dealers in 130 countries around the world, with more than 2,650 sales outlets and 10 regional subsidiary offices with adjacent parts depots.

ICEF will comprise a conference and networking opportunities, along with awards and a Gala Dinner honouring successful construction projects around the world. Core themes will include forecasts and opportunities in the construction industry, project management and successful project delivery, and equipment technology and asset management.

The event will be held from November 20 – 22 at the Hotel Okura in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. ICEF is organised by KHL Group, the publisher of International Construction magazine. For more information visit www.khl.com/icef

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