Tradelossa to speak in Sao Paulo

08 May 2013

Mexican heavy haulage specialist contractor Tradelossa has confirmed that it will be attending the second International Cranes and Transport Latin America conference to present one of its recent award-winning projects.

The project, called Norte II, involved a challenging rigging procedure for a low-pressure steam turbine, at a power station in Chihuahua. Tradelossa will also look at the infrastructure issues faced by heavy transport companies working in the Mexican market.

The CTLA conference takes place on 4 June at the five-star Tivoli Hotel in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It has the support of Brazilian organisations Sobratema and Sindipesa, plus the SC&RA from the USA.

Other speakers include Terry Emmert from Emmert International, Javier Martinez from ALE, David Rodrigues from Makro Engenharia and Simao Marcelino de Silva Tuma of Al Arez Consulting, and formerly of Petrobras.

For the full list of speakers, details of the programme and how to book your place, please go to

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