More sponsors for WDS 2018

06 August 2018

More sponsors have signed up for this year’s World Demolition Summit (WDS), which takes place in Dublin, Ireland, on November 7 and 8.

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Genesis GmbH, based in Germany, Italy’s MB Crusher and McCloskey International - which has bases in both North America and Europe - have all taken bronze sponsorships.

In addition, Canadian contractor Priestly Demolition has become the fourth company to sign up for a D&Ri100 sponsorship, taking the total number of companies giving their commercial backing to the industry’s premier event of its kind past the 20 mark.

Organised by Demolition & Recycling International in co-operation with the European Demolition Association, the WDS comprises a networking drinks reception on the evening of Wednesday 7 November followed by a conference and awards dinner the next day.

This year marks the 10th event and the successful format has attracted wide sponsorship from equipment manufacturers and contractors alike.

The current list of sponsors is as follows:

 

Headline sponsor

Volvo Construction Equipment

 

Gold sponsor

OilQuick

 

Silver sponsors

Epiroc

Lehnhoff

Steelwrist

 

Awards drinks reception sponsor

Demarec

 

Bronze sponsors

Arden Equipment

Dehaco

Dynaset

Genesis GmbH

Kobelco

Kocurek Excavators

La Bounty

Mantovanibenne

McCloskey International

MB Crusher

Rotar

 

D&Ri100 sponsors

Deconstruct UK

Erith Group

Hughes & Salvidge

Priestly Demolition

 

For more details of sponsorship opportunities, please visit www.demolitionsummit.com

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