More speakers for International Tower Cranes 2013

05 August 2013

International Tower Crane Conference 2012, Berlin

International Tower Crane Conference 2012, Berlin

Additional speakers have been signed up for November’s International Tower Cranes 2013 conference. The event is dedicated entirely to tower crane users, manufacturers, designers, specifiers and buyers.

Speakers at ITC 2013 will include Dr Oliver Fries, vice president global R&D, innovation and technology at wire rope specialist WireCo Group Europe. Fries will talk about the next generation of ropes to meet the demand of high speed and long lift crane applications. Duncan Salt, director and general manager at HTC Plant in the United Kingdom will discuss ways of adding value and improving customer experience in the tower crane supply chain. Peter Juhren, national service manager at Morrow Equipment in the USA, will explain the importance of expanding quality control to all aspects of a business. Peter Schiefer, Wolffkran CEO and managing director will talk about financing tower cranes and the way forward.

The 5 November event, in Berlin Germany, is the third time ITC has been held. Following on from the successful conferences held in London and Berlin, ITC 2013 it is a top level conference and networking event to exchange information and discuss best practice on vital industry topics. The conference, organised by KHL Group for industry leaders and senior managers, will focus on best practice worldwide, safety and the development of common international standards, regulations and work practices. It promises to be an interesting and timely event.

ITC 2012 was attended by 139 delegates from 23 countries and 70 companies were represented.

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