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LiftEx Exhibition & Conference 2015
Liverpool, United Kingdom - 11th & 12 November 2015
Exhibition / trade show

LiftEx is the annual meeting place for national and international end users, manufacturers and suppliers to the lifting industry. In its 11th year, with over 1500 visitors and 100+ exhibitors, it is the leading lifting exhibition in the UK. Organised by LEEA (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association) it promises to be the largest yet in the history of the show. This year, the event has been extended to two full days, and features a brand new Educational Conference.

Date(s):
11th & 12 November 2015

Time(s):
10am to 5pm (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time; Dublin, Lisbon, London

Venue:
Liverpool Exhibition Centre

Program:
www.liftex.org/agenda

Ticketing:
Early bird: £225 + VAT

Contact for booking / more info:
info@liftex.org



www.liftex.org
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