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Exhibiting Excellence
10 December, 2015
Last month, we looked at how the LiftEx tradeshow model has come on leaps and bounds. Offering visitors, and also the exhibitors that have committed significant resources in attending, an experience that goes beyond a series of stalls and stands is integral in encouraging attendance levels that are clearly key to a show's success.

Reinvention and Innovation
29 October, 2015
Reinvention, and remaining relevant, is arguably an essential tool to stay competitive in business. It's refreshing then to see the upcoming LiftEx event being proactive, rather than reactive, with its programme for visitors, and exhibitors, at the November show.

Heading south
13 August, 2015

The next step
03 August, 2015
This month's comment is being written as the dust settles on the inaugural LEEA Lifting & Rigging Conference Asia.

Upward Trajectory
24 June, 2015
Industrial construction is a key contributor to Singapore's construction industry, recorded as the second-largest market in 2013, accounting for 23.3% of total industry value.

Time to reach further
13 May, 2015
It's now more than seven years since the global fi nancial crisis. But in markets around the world, a recovery is yet to come. Whether you're an industrial architect, a crane manufacturer, or a machinery installer, you need to look further to fi nd work. Hoist aims to help you do that. A look at US fi gures shows the challenges facing the industry.

Regaining momentum in construction
26 March, 2015
The global construction industry has regained growth momentum and the pace of expansion is accelerating from an annual average of 2.7% a year in 2011-2013 to 3.1% in 2014, according to the latest research from Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center (CIC).

Grasping the opportunity
26 February, 2015
Six months, let alone six years, is a long time in business but looking at the automotive industry, car and other vehicle production has significantly picked up since the depths of the 2008 financial crisis and with it, so has the need for lifting equipment.

Engineering growth for the future
04 February, 2015
There is no easy fi x to this problem so it's important that any future training programmes are developed in close consultation with industry, schools and colleges if we want them to make a real and lasting impact," explains Michelle Richmond from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).