World Crane and Transport Summit 2009

By Richard High13 August 2009

The World Crane and Transport Summit took place on 22 and 23 October 2009 at the famous Hotel Okura

The World Crane and Transport Summit took place on 22 and 23 October 2009 at the famous Hotel Okura in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The countdown has started for the inaugural to the World Crane and Transport Summit 2009 (Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 22 and 23 October).

The World Crane and Transport Summit is an exciting new networking business information and social event for the leaders of the world crane and specialized transportation industries, their suppliers and manufacturers.

It will comprise a top-level, two day conference and formal business dinner, which will bring together senior executives from around the world. Approximately 300 senior executives are expected to attend and more than half of the available places have already been reserved.

Delegates will hear about the latest prospects for the global construction industry, the ongoing efforts to create meaningful, harmonised international standards, the most up-to-date and effective strategies on safety, risk management, certification and maintenance, the latest information on energy emissions, permits and load securement

They will also be able to eat, drink and network with the many of the industry's leading people.

The Summit has been created by International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine and its publisher, KHL Group, with the support of companies and associations worldwide.

Delegates can book for the inaugural summit until 22 October by clicking here

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