NES CEO Studdert to speak at IPAF Summit in London

By Murray Pollok15 December 2009

Andy Studdert CEO of NES rentals.

Andy Studdert CEO of NES rentals.

Andy Studdert, chief executive officer of NES Rentals will be among the speakers at IPAF's Summit conference in London next March.

Mr Studdert, who was chief operating officer of United Airlines before joining NES, won the IPAF Safety Champion of the year Award at last year's International Powered Access Awards (IAPA).

NES Rentals is one of the largest aerial platform rental companies in North America and is well placed to provide the Summit with valuable insights into the business of access rentals.

The IPAF Summit takes place on 25 March in London, UK, at the Grange St. Paul's Hotel. As with last year, the Summit conference will be followed by the 2010 IAPA access award ceremony. The awards are jointly organized by Access International and IPAF.

To book your place at the awards, see www.ipaf.org. For more on the IAPA awards visit www.khl.com/iapa

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