Exhibitions / Congresses

LiftEx Aberdeen 2022

United Kingdom, Aberdeen - October 5-6, 2022
LiftEx Aberdeen 2022 Now in its 17th year, the long-awaited return of LiftEx will be on 5-6 October 2022 at the brand new, state-of-the-art P&J Live in Aberdeen. LiftEx is the unmissable global event for the lifting industry; 100 exhibitors, over 1000 industry professionals attending, 2 days of educational content as well as the celebrated industry Awards.

This is the flagship event of LEEA (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association), the leading global representative body for all those involved in the lifting industry worldwide.

The show attracts end users from a wide range of vertical markets, including oil & gas, energy, road & maritime transport, construction, offshore, utilities, rail, renewable energy, civil engineering, entertainment and manufacturing.
Date(s)
October 5-6, 2022
Venue
P&J
Ticketing
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FOR SALE IN: EUROPE - EASTERN & WESTERN

Mafi MT36R4X4
Denmark
Netherlands
Denmark
Denmark
Denmark

Inside Forkliftaction

Two recent trends are again evident this week. The first is the rise of refurbished equipment as we report on two manufacturers offering certified used equipment. That, of course, is partly a result of supply shortages and delays for new machines.
The second is the roll-out of new models, which
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Inside Forkliftaction

Two recent trends are again evident this week. The first is the rise of refurbished equipment as we report on two manufacturers offering certified used equipment. That, of course, is partly a result of supply shortages and delays for new machines.
The second is the roll-out of new models, which
...Continue Reading

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Reddot LT20
China
Italy
United States Pennsylvania

FOR SALE ON MACHINERY-ONQ

Nissan L01M15J
Malaysia
Canada Ontario
Japan
Canada Ontario

Inside Forkliftaction

Two recent trends are again evident this week. The first is the rise of refurbished equipment as we report on two manufacturers offering certified used equipment. That, of course, is partly a result of supply shortages and delays for new machines.
The second is the roll-out of new models, which
...Continue Reading