HAE EHA’s Trade Fair & Convention 2017 in good shape with strong exhibitor re-book and industry support

The Hire Show & Convention 2017's new venue - Ricoh Arena, Coventry
With plans well underway for HAE EHA’s Trade Fair & Convention 2017, the association has announced that exhibitor bookings are robust and there are only ten stands remaining with more than two months to go until the event is held at the Ricoh Arena on 11th and 12th October.

Among the companies who have already confirmed their presence at the popular event are a number of market leaders and recognisable brands including: Arcotherm, Altrad Belle, Bosch, Calor Gas, Hilti, Husqvarna Construction Products UK, InspHire, Karcher, Legend Brands Europe, Marcrist International Ltd, Morris Site Machinery, Point of Rental, Snorkel UK and The Hire Supply Company.

Marketing manager Ann Harrison comments: “The move to the Ricoh Arena has been very well received by both our membership and the hire industry as a whole which is definitely reflected in the high number of exhibitor bookings that we’ve received. We’re delighted with both the number of companies who have already signed up and the calibre of products and services that will be on display.”

This year’s HAE EHA Trade Fair & Convention will feature more than 60 exhibitors, a full conference programme, workshops, discussion forums and networking opportunities will ensure that delegates utilise their time at the event to maximum effect.

Building on the success of previous years, the event’s theme of ‘CONNECT-DISCOVER-LEARN’ will focus on delivering insightful and thought-provoking content aimed to increase delegates’ knowledge and assist them in tackling the issues facing the hire sector and business community, regardless of the size and turnover of their companies.

Plans for the conference programme are progressing with announcement just a few weeks away and will include: empowering women into the hire industry; the research and development of future technology such as 3D, virtual reality, artificial intelligence and robotics; new construction methods; enabling the hire industry to position itself in the legislative decision making process; financial planning for anyone considering career breaks, retirement and new business ventures; cyber protection law and the face of the hire industry beyond Brexit.

Ann concludes: “We’re all working incredibly hard to ensure that this year’s HAE EHA Trade Fair & Convention is representative of the hire, plant and events industry. An impressive exhibitor list, strong conference programme and cross-industry support will ensure that this year’s event is an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues, gain knowledge and share best practice.”

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