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Don’t miss LiftEx 2017!



Here are some reasons why you should register to attend LiftEx 2017

Dear ,


LiftEx Conference on day one of the show, will feature speakers drawn from the private sector, employer organisations and specialist training and engineering consultancies. A truly eclectic mix of issues will be explored, encompassing the impact of Brexit, the challenges involved in creating a proactive safety culture, the design of moving structures, benefits and applications of magnetic wire rope testing, and the specific demands of safe, legal lifting in the entertainment sector.

LEEA Proficiency Test Challenge will be in the Innovation Arena in the free to attend exhibition on day one. Run by LEEA Technical Managers you will be tested on your inspection skills!

Innovation Fast Pitch on day two in the Innovation Arena in the free to attend exhibition, will showcase new products and services to benefit the industry.

The LEEA Challenge will be run by the LEEA team on their booth to test your lifting knowledge – dare to try? Register now.

Save time

The two-day exhibition is free-of-charge. Here visitors will be able to see the latest offerings from around 100 leading companies, meaning you can meet suppliers, see demonstrations and compare products at ease. Register now.


Bringing together hundreds of end users, suppliers and other stakeholders, LiftEx also creates unrivalled networking opportunities. This year, for the very first time, non-members of LEEA, will be able to attend the association’s drinks reception and dinner dance on the Wednesday evening. Advance booking for this ever-popular social event is essential, click here for full details.

If you would like to upgrade your exhibition only ticket to include the conference and/or dinner dance, just call + 44 (0) 208 995 9495 or email

Looking forward to seeing you in Telford!

All the best

The LiftEx Event Team

Join the conversation @LiftEx2017 #LiftEx17


The International Centre Telford
St Quentin Gate
Telford TF3 4JH

Wed 29th November
08:30-10:00 AGM
10:30-17:00 Conference
10:00-17:00 Exhibition
19:00-20:00 Drinks reception - part of the dinner dance
20:00-00:00 Dinner dance - open to all, not just members

Thurs 30th November
10:00-16:00 Exhibition
10:30-14:30 Innovation Fast Pitch
14:30-15:00 Award ceremony

Join us there – register now

LiftEx 2016

Hosted by LEEA The Lifting Equipment Engineers Association. Registered office, 3 Ramsay Court, Hinchingbrooke Business Park, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE29 6FY United Kingdom. Registered in England & Wales: 3660509. VAT Reg. No. GB 248 1013 88.

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