Save the date for Europlatform 2016

By Euan Youdale05 July 2016

Europlatform logo

Europlatform logo

The 10th anniversary edition of the Europlatform access rental conference takes place in Vienna, Austria, on 22 September this year and you are invited to book your place.

The conference is organised by IPAF in partnership with Access International magazine and the theme this year is New Generation Rental, with topics including online rentals, hybrid power systems, creating a safety culture, and trends in large truck mounted platforms.

Speakers and topics will include:

  • Creating a culture of safety: Alice Henault, Director, Loxam Access
  • Assessing the impact of online rentals: Sören W Ladig, CEO, Klickrent GmbH
  • Hybrid technology and drive systems of the future: Eline Oudenbroek, Managing Director, Holland Lift
  • Trends in the design of high reach truck mounted platforms: Rolf Kulawik, managing director, Ruthmann & Bernhar Reinisch, managing director, Ruthmann Austria
  • Preventing common MEWP related accidents: Dietmar Geyer, Machinery Division, AUVA (Austrian body for worker insurance and occupational risk)
  • Europe's rental market: pockets of growth: Murray Pollok, managing editor, International Rental News

See www.europlatform.info for details.

More speakers will be announced in the coming weeks.

The 'early bird' rate for booking is available until 1 September. IPAF has arranged a discounted rate for the host hotel, the Park Hyatt Hotel in the centre of the city, but there is limited availability at this special rate and delegates are advised to book early. Alternative hotels are given on the conference website.


Latest News
Kiloutou partners with ShareMat on digital twins
ShareMat will save time and increase productivity for Kiloutou customers
World’s top ten construction contractors 2021
The world’s ten biggest contractors by sales for 2020 have been revealed
Singapore awards US$470m metro station contract to joint venture
Vinci and Gammon joint venture to expand existing Ang Mo Kio metro station on the new Cross Island Line