IPAF Asia Conference 2017 set for Changsha, China

Data:2017-06-20 11:09

The sixth IPAF Asia Conference will be held on 13 June 2017 at the Meixi Lake Hotel in the historic city of Changsha, the capital of Hunan province in China. The IPAF Asia Conference is the only show in Asia that focuses solely on powered access, and there will be simultaneous translation in English and Chinese.
Raymond Wat, Regional General Manager for IPAF in south-east Asia, says: “Once again there is an exceptional line-up of speakers. Last year in Singapore we had the best attendance yet at our Asia Conference; with the industry experiencing rapid growth in this part of the world we hope to welcome even more delegates from across the industry both from within the region and from further afield for what I am sure will be an interesting and lively series of talks and networking opportunities.”
The confirmed speakers to date are as follows (subject to change):
Managing your fleet in the 21st century: Nick Selley, AFI Group Business Development Director & IPAF President
Managing MEWP Safety: Chris Wraith, IPAF Technical & Safety Executive
Why IPAF Operator Training works for you? Bai Ri, IPAF China Representative
De-commoditising the rental business – Driving penetration and profitability in a competitive market: Tim Rule, United Rentals Vice President of Market Development
Developing powered access rental fleets in a new market – Middle East case study: Jason Woods, IPAF Middle East & India Representative
Disruptive Marketing for a disruptive era? Ange Dove, Proof Perfect founder & CEO
Other topics include: Secrets of the MCWP market; how MEWP rental started in China; the future of MEWP manufacturing in China; problems with rapid rental growth; and fall protection for MEWP operators.
On 14 June there will be a site visit to Hunan Sinoboom Heavy Industry Co, Ltd. Those booking before 15 May 2017 can take advantage of early bird prices.
For more information about the IPAF Asia Conference including the programme and booking details please visit

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