ITC tower crane conference: call for papers

By Murray Pollok15 August 2022

Companies and individuals in the tower crane industry are invited to submit proposals to speak at the 2023 International Tower Cranes (ITC) conference, which will be held in Barcelona, Spain, on 13 and 14 June.

Organised by KHL Group and International Cranes and Specialized Transport magazine, the conference will focus on the international tower crane market, looking at trends in technology, fleet management, major projects and the business of tower cranes.

Proposed topics should be of interest to owners and users of tower cranes, including rental companies and contractors. Topics should provide detailed information that will help companies become safer, more efficient and profitable.

The most recent ITC, held in Nice, France in December 2021, included the following topics:

  • Choosing the right tower crane;
  • Tower cranes on the Grand Paris Express project;
  • Remote operation and automation of cranes;
  • New technology and tower crane design;
  • Using wind data to increase productivity;
  • Collision avoidance systems;
  • Flat top towers and infrastructure projects.

Presentations from the 2021 ITC event can be viewed here.

Please submit proposals to:

Alex Dahm, editor, International Cranes and Specialized Transport
e-mail: alex.dahm@khl.com
Tel: +44 1892 786206

or

Murray Pollok, events director, KHL Group
e-mail: murray.pollok@khl.com
Tel: +44 1505 850043

SC&RA is the event partner for ITC. The supporting association is ESTA.

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