Having exhibited on two prior occasions either side of the pandemic, a 10x30ft booth will be the manufacturer’s largest ever, up from 10x20ft.

Richard Miller, sales manager at Oz Lifting, explained: “The [10x20ft] booth size was getting a little tight with the amount of product we bring to the shows, so we thought a 10x30ft would be a better option for us as we aim to showcase a catalogue of products that offers unique features, benefits and innovations that combine to create a safe working environment for water professionals.”

Oz Lifting will display its family of davit cranes at Booth 8505, such as The Tele-Pro davit crane and the Alumi-Lite series of ultra-portable davit cranes.

Miller said: “There are a number of opportunities to use davits in a variety of applications and locations. Our patented products provide users with unique features that either make the davit more portable or make using the crane easier and safer. Lifting submersible pumps is a very common application, but given the portability of our davit crane systems, they can be used at other locations of the plant or at a different site altogether.”

With nearly 150 interactive and engaging educational sessions and 17 hands-on workshops, Weftec attendees can immerse (excuse the pun – Editor) themselves in content, before getting hands-on product experiences at the exhibition.

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