15 -16 MAY 2019, ExCel LONDON

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15 -16 MAY 2019
ExCel LONDON

Opportunity to meet £665m of potential business
Meet thousands of senior decision makers and buying visitors
Only dedicated UK event for the Lift, Escalator & Access Industry
Supported by over 100 UK & international exhibitors
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WELCOME TO LIFTEX 2019

Taking place from the 15-16 May 2019 at ExCeL London, it is the only dedicated exhibition for the lift, escalator and access industry to be held in the UK.

Organised by the Lift and Escalator Industry Association (LEIA) and held every three years, it features over 100 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services from around the world.

In just one visit, you will discover all the products, ideas, people, technologies and information you need for the future success of your business.

Series of free seminars on topics such as BREXIT, connectivity, careers, evacuation, modernisation and safety, as well as the latest on new standards and regulations.

See thousands of UK and international buyers. Secure your next three years of business and benefit from meeting £665m of potential business in just two days.

75% of exhibition space at LIFTEX 2019 already booked

The last event, held in 2016, smashed
 all records with a 20% increase in exhibitors and a 15% increase in visitors. On the back of this huge success, demand for space at in 2019 is higher than ever with 75% of exhibition space already taken. Many previous exhibitors are returning with a much larger...

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