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[INDUSTRY NEWS]


out more about how the association supports and develops the sector, as well as helping members to reach out to end user markets. With over 1000 industry peers from


construction, rail, renewable energy, shipping and road transport, oil & gas, civil engineering, entertainment and manufacturing expected, the event offers an ideal networking forum. The Speakers’ Corner, located on the


show floor, will host complimentary sessions and specialty programs on topics, designed to help visitors in their everyday role, will cover the latest in safety regulations, technology innovations and industry best practices. The event is also geared to making a vital


contribution to the industry’s sustainability by engaging with the next generation of talent into the sector. Through the participation of careers advisors, teachers, universities, colleges and regional boards, LiftEx 2018 offers the ideal opportunity for encouraging young people into STEM careers in our sector. LEEA Awards 2018 Winners of the LEEA Awards 2018 will


be announced and presented during the LiftEx 2018 Awards Dinner on 14 November 2018 at


the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, which is within the Arena MK complex in Milton Keynes. THE LEEA Awards 2018 is a new award scheme developed by the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association to reward its members and their employees who have made significant contributions to lifting standards in our industry. LEEA is excited to welcome Matt


Dawson, MBE, as speaker at the LiftEx Awards Dinner and presenter of the LEEA Awards. From well-known rugby player to a national TV personality, Matt Dawson was a contributor to England’s victory at the 2003 World Cup and is Team Captain on BBC1’s much-loved ‘A Question of Sport’. For further information on LiftEx 2018


and the LiftEx 2018 Awards Dinner, visit www.liftex.org. y


A-Plant Names Hydra-Slide Among Innovation Award Winners


> Canadian hydraulic skidding equipment manufacturer Hydra-Slide, represented in the


UK and Europe by international partner Rapid Response Solutions (RRS), has received an award from equipment rental company A-Plant, which staged a week of innovation earlier this summer, including a series of workshops and discussions for supply chain partners. Representatives from A-Plant’s 16 specialist


divisions joined leading plant, tool, and equipment suppliers for the five-day event, with manufacturers invited to present their latest innovative products, services, and software. Throughout the week almost 40 suppliers were invited to showcase their new kit to a panel of A-Plant colleagues, supply chain partners, and major customers. Only five companies were awarded, included Hydra-Slide / RRS. Janine Smith, vice president at Hydra-Slide,


said: “It is truly an honor to be recognized by the industry we aim to serve—and it was unexpected, which makes it even better. We are thrilled to accept this award and will do our absolute best to merit the recognition.” Paul Barber, managing director at RRS,


said that raising the profile of Hydra-Slide equipment is crucial to increasing usage. He explained: “Through exhibiting at trade shows


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