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Middle East Cranes Conference 2009
Dubai, United Arab Emirates - 24-25 February 2009.
Conference / congress

Meet with colleagues and competitors from around the entire Gulf region at
the Middle East Cranes 2009 conference and exhibition.

The event, to be held at the Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai, promises to be the
Middle East's biggest crane conference in 2009.

The conference provides delegates an opportunity to develop best practice
from expert comment on:

. improving safety of crane operations
. dealing with crane supply and crane technology issues
. improving business processes

Confirmed speakers to date are experts from manufacturers Terex Cranes,
Hydrospex, Kobelco; crane owners and users Al Jaber Heavy Lift, Shell,
Fagioli, El-Hoss Engineering & Transport; service companies Allianz
Engineering, VIVO International and Signal-Rite; and dealers Valla Cranes UK
and Four Wings Equipment.

Also, for the first time, the conference is proud to welcome a speaker from
Dubai Municipality's Buildings Department, senior safety engineer Ahmed
Khalil Abdul Kareem, to discuss crane safety in Dubai.

24-25 February 2009.

Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai

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