The International Lifts Exhibition EURO-LIFT is held at the end of October in Targi Kielce. EURO-LIFT is the only business exhibition in this part of Europe

Foreign companies find Poland as a really attractive, ready-market; this is demonstrated by the fact that 60% of expo’s exhibitors come from abroad. This year foreign companies will account for over 100 exhibitors – a vast majority of the expo group. In addition to a strong representation of Polish enterprises, the market leaders from Switzerland, Belgium, Czech Republic, the USA, Greece, Spain, Turkey, Italy and China have confirmed their participation in the expo. Companies from Korea will be joining the expo for the first time . However, companies from Germany will be the largest exhibitors group.

The exhibition will also feature the prestigious industry associations, and among them ELA (European Lift Association) – the organization which unites national lift federations from all over Europe, the Spanish AECA (Association of Lift Components Manufacturers), Italian Anica (National Association of Lift Component Manufacturers), British EPSA (European Platform and Stairlift Association) and the American NAEC (National Association of Elevator Constructors). AFAG (Messen und Ausstellungen) in conjunction with its German partners of Augsburg – the organizes of the Interlift Expo holds its exhibition.

The EURO-LIFT expo is the presentation platform for all the lift industry’s latest developments. And the expo scope is really extensive The product assortment ranges from lift equipment and components, drives, cabins, lift ropes and doors; through controllers, surveillance and safety systems, operation and maintenance systems, indicators, hydraulic solutions, accessories and fitments and trade publications.

Join us from 22nd to 24th October 2014

The expo is accompanied with a whole array of specialized meetings and conferences. In 2014 the Polish Association of Lift Manufacturers welcomes you to join the discussion on European Union subsidies in the context of multiple-dwelling residential buildings revitalization as well as building accessibility for people with mobility dysfunctions.   The first session focuses on, inter alia energy saving programmers, cohesion funds for the 2014-2020 perspective, lift modernization as well as legal and formal requirements for building refurbishments. The other meeting is organized in conjunction with European Lift Association, Polish Architects Association and KRIU (the National Council of Urban Planning Chambers).   Specialists will discuss the requirements EU lays on lifts adaptations for the needs of the disabled, including the elevators installed in older buildings.

Targi Kielce – the Centre of Your Potentials

EURO-LIFT Exhibitors will for the first time have the chance to benefit from the possibilities offered by the modernized exhibition centre’s facilities. The expansion and modernization project’s value has been 190 million PLN (gross). The expansion scheme has includes the construction of two cutting-edge exhibition halls, the Congress Centre with a look-on tower, the two entry terminals with a digital registration system for exhibitors and visitors, a multilevel car park. Thus the Centre can now provide top-level comprehensive customer services. Te Targi Kielce investments have also contributed to the Centre’s advancement in the European rankings. From among all Central and Eastern Europe’s exhibition centres which were the subject to 2013’s CENTREX audit (International Organization for Statistics Events Exhibition) Targi Kielce has made the greatest leap forward. For the first time in its history the Exhibition and Congress Centre was promoted from the third to second place in the ranking in terms of the exhibition space leased; it has also maintained the vice-leader position with respect to the number of exhibitors

We are looking forward to seeing you at the event!

Some photos from previous years:

Source: Euro-Lift


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