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4th International Rental Exhibition (IRE)
Amsterdam, Netherlands - 2 to 4 May, 2017
Exhibition / trade show

The 4th IRE exhibition is co-located with the APEX aerial platform show and the European Rental Association (ERA) annual convention.

Among the 40 companies and organisations that have confirmed their participation are Atlas Copco Portable Energy, Containex, Ditch Witch, Echo Barrier, EuroGate, Generac Mobile Products, Glz, Himoinsa, Hitachi Construction Machinery Europe, Insphire, JCB, Kaeser, MCS, Morris Site Machinery, Perkins, Thwaites, Vermeer, Wacker Neuson, Wynne Systems and Yanmar Construction Equipment Europe. The full list of exhibitors is available on the exhibition website:

Equipment and services on show will include: compact earthmoving equipment (mini excavators, site dumpers etc), light compaction (rammers, rollers), power generation equipment, lighting towers, portable compressors, surface preparation and cutting tools, groundcare equipment, rental software and telematics systems.

The European Rental Association (ERA), which officially supports the event, will also hold its annual convention at the venue in a hall adjoining the IRE show.

IRE is organised by BV Industrial Promotions International (I.P.I.) in association with International Rental News (IRN) magazine.

2 to 4 May, 2017

RAI Amsterdam

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