The Tower Crane Virtual Conference will bring together industry professionals from crane rental companies and manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, contractors and construction companies, to hear from market experts and share their views on the current sector developments.
The event will offer a customised, networking platform, designed to deliver a packed conference programme, facilitate live discussions and support business development opportunities in a virtual format.
The agenda comprises a range of topics with a global rather than regional approach. Among the themes covered are market trends, technological innovations, challenging applications, as well as ways to boost efficiency. The virtual attendees will also be able to ask questions to speakers during the live Q&A sessions.
During the conference breaks, attendees will have the chance to visit the booths at the exhibition space, have private chats with exhibitors and access the material showcased.
The event will be open from 11:00 GMT for delegates to visit our Exhibition Hall and engage with all of our sponsors on their booths, before the presentations begin at 12:00 GMT.
Some types of tower cranes are becoming increasingly popular at the expense of other traditional crane types. An analysis of recent market trends as well as a look into the latest design and technology innovations.
Thibaut Le Besnerais, Vice President, Brand & Product Management, Tower Cranes, Manitowoc Company
The increasing adoption of PPVC has changed the tower crane market in South East Asia. This presentation will look into the characteristics a tower crane should have to be suitable for this application.
Eleazar Raya, Group Sales Director , Comansa
Development to market launch
Fibre rope in action
Impressions from the market
Philipp Weckerle, Head of Product Management, Liebherr Tower Cranes
Self-erectors have grown in size and capacity, and are now equipped with a range of new features. How far can they compete with small tower cranes?
David Janssen, Product Director, Uperio
An in-depth analysis on how the tower crane design has altered to facilitate the erection process.
Cristian Badin, Commercial Director, Raimondi Cranes
Some manufacturers have added remote monitoring and fleet management systems to their cranes. How could fleet owners use the information provided to reduce costs and boost efficiency?
Massimo Cappello, Director Product Management, Terex Tower Cranes
Steve Bradby, Engineering Leader, Select Plant Hire
Safety, Reliability, Speed and Recovery - how to overcome challenges in high rise construction working together with the client.
Bosko Mujika, R&D Manager, JASO Tower Cranes
Andrew Coffin, Cost Engineering Manager, Titan
Recent evolution of turbine size and dimensions. Current challenges and limitations.
Installation solutions available in the market.
Tower cranes as an “Alternative solution for the higher hub heights.” Pros and Cons.
Carlos Moreno, Global Segment Lead – Onshore Wind, Mammoet
Evolution of tower cranes in infrastructure projects
Challenges in infrastructure projects
New developments and tower crane solutions
Mohamed Abouelezz, General Manager Sales MENA - South East Asia, Wolffkran
VP Brand & Product Management Tower Cranes,
The Manitowoc Company
Group Sales Director,
Head of Product Management,
Liebherr Tower Cranes
Director Product Management,
Terex Tower Cranes
Select Plant Hire
JASO Tower Cranes
Global Segment Lead -
Onshore Wind, Mammoet
General Manager Sales MENA
South East Asia, Wolffkran