15 -16 MAY 2019, ExCel LONDON

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15 -16 MAY 2019
ExCel LONDON

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How to get the most from your visit to LIFTEX 2019

Liftex Show Floor

With over 100 exhibitors on display, a visit to LIFTEX can be overwhelming. Where do you start? Who do you meet first? How do you maximise your time; and how do you fit in those free educational sessions? Event Director Oliver Greening offers his top 10 tips: Pre-register and benefit from free entry. Subscribe to…

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The Elevator Pitch: 60 seconds with Richard Hughes, Sales & Marketing Director, Digital Advanced Control

Digital Advanced Control will be celebrating its 10-year anniversary in 2019 and we are proud to have a full manufacturing base in the UK. We specialise in manufacturing lift control systems and offer a full range of ancillary products to compliment these.  The original concept was to create a product that uses quality components in a cost-effective solution – giving the client the benefit of using a quality product which is well designed and manufactured in the UK.

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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 presence…

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European lift industry votes unanimously for UK to host 2019 annual gathering

The European Lift Association (ELA), announced that its General Assembly and Annual Conference will be held in London, UK, 13-14 May 2019. The event, which attracts over 100 senior industry representatives, is the forum where the European industry gathers to discuss common challenges and to celebrate its achievements. The 2019 event will be co-organised and…

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Japan has launched a miniature space elevator

If successful, it could pave the way from science fiction to reality. As vast as space is, ironically the hardest part of the journey is the first 100 km or so, as we break free of the grasp of the Earth. For over a century people have floated the idea of a space elevator –…

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