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Platformers' Days

  • a specialist event with its core centered firmly around lifting and access

  • not a static event. Exhibitors can demonstrate and operate exhibits

  • open to rental companies, fleet owners and professional user of lifting and access equipment

  • a compact and seriously targeted event so visitors have time to visit all of the exhibitor stands without getting lost or walking for miles

Approved Items


Following exhibits are on display

Mobile lifting and access equipment of which the purpose is to lift people or material. This includes, among other things: Trailer-mounted platforms, truck-mounted platforms, scissor lifts, telescoping boom lifts, articulated jib boom lifts, passenger lifts, transport trailers, low-bed trailers, material lifts, mini cranes, vehicle cranes, crawler cranes, mobile cranes, forklifts, telehandlers. (This is just to name a few. We do not assume warranty for the completeness of the list)

Services and items which are directly related to application, operation, maintenance, servicing and hiring of mobile working platforms and lifting technology such as: Industrial safety, battery and loading technology, financing and leasing, lubricants, aggregates and maintenance, measuring and control engineering, insurance.

At Platformers' Days exhibitors can show a small range of exhibits which is considered to be important for visitors.

Future plans on Platformers' Days

Since the Platformers' Days premiered in 1999, the event has undergone a process of constant change. Yet despite the growth, the organizers have not lost sight of one thing: the desire to provide everyone who requires information about lifting and access equipment with an event where they can thoroughly acquaint themselves with the product.
But to keep Platformers' Days as interesting and as important as it is today the organizers are always looking for improvements for the exhibition and also stay open-minded for other ideas like changes of venue or collaborating with other fairs.

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