Point of Rental to exhibit at IRE

11 December 2019

Software company Point of Rental is among the latest companies to have confirmed their participation in the fifth International Rental Exhibition (IRE), which will be held in Maastricht, the Netherlands, on 9 and 11 June 2020.

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Other recent additions to the exhibitor line-up include technology company Trimble, and conveyor manufacturers Mace Industries and Coveya,

They join more than 60 other suppliers including Yanmar, Wacker Neuson, JCB, Trackunit, Kaeser Kompressoren, Kohler SDMO, Thwaites, InspHire, Trime, Generac Mobile Products, Eurogate International and Briggs & Stratton.

IRE will be held in the MECC venue in Maastricht alongside the APEX aerial platform exhibition and the European Rental Association (ERA) annual convention. The convention will be held on 10 and 11 June, with the European Rental Awards taking place on the evening of the 10th.

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Visitors to IRE are given free access to APEX – and vice versa – which drives additional traffic to both shows. In May 2017, when the two events were last held, a record 1,600 delegates attended the IRE show.

The exhibition represents an opportunity to keep up to date with the latest industry trends, to see the latest technological advances, and to have face-to-face meetings with new and key suppliers.

For more information, please visit www.IREshow.com

IRE is organised by Industrial Promotions International (IPI) in association with International Rental News and KHL Group. The show is supported by the European Rental Association.

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