Tower Cranes North America confirmed for 2020

By Murray Pollok07 August 2019

The second Tower Cranes North America (TCNA) conference will be held in Miami on 23 June 2020.

Confirmation of the second TCNA follows the successful first event in 2018 attended by more than 275 delegates.

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More than 275 delegates attended the first TCNA in 2018

The 2020 conference will be held in the same hotel in Miami, the Marriott Biscayne Bay, and is organised by KHL Group and its magazines ACT (American Cranes & Transport) and International Cranes and Specialized Transport. Specialized Carriers 7 Rigging Association SC&RA is the exclusive event partner.

There will be an informal reception on the evening of 22 June, with the main conference programme on 23 June.

As with the first event, TCNA will focus on new tower crane technology, safety, rental operations and market trends. Speakers in 2018 included Christian Chalupny of Morrow Equipment, Frank Bardonaro at Maxim Crane and Liebherr’s Marco Guariglia.

The speaker presentations from the first event are available from www.khl-tcna.com

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Updates on speakers for the 2020 conference will be published on khl.com and on the conference website.

 

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