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LEEA adds LiftEx events

The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) is expanding its LiftEx event portfolio to include a Middle East exhibition and a LiftEx Lite show in Egypt.

LEEA will hold its inaugural LiftEx Middle East at the Gulf Hotel and Convention Centre in Manama, Bahrain from September 28–29, 2020.

LiftEx Lite will be held by JW Marriott in Cairo, Egypt on November 4, 2020 and will include a golf day, sponsored by PetroLift, at the same venue on November 5.

Ross Moloney, ceo of LEEA, said: “With the successful annual UK event taking place in Liverpool in October, it is LEEA’s aim to win the argument for high-quality practices and equipment across the globe and in all supply chains. Consequently we are delighted to be bringing the global lifting industry to Bahrain and Cairo. Clearly we encourage members in the area to attend, but all LEEA members will be eligible for discounts on exhibiting and we look forward to publicising these events beyond our membership.

“Our plan is to extend LiftEx into further territories in 2021. LEEA is a global membership organisation and with LiftEx being our flagship event, it is time to spread the opportunity worldwide to network with the industry and show the latest solutions in lifting equipment, services and training.”

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