WCTS 2023: just a month to go

It is now only one month until the World Crane and Transport Asia 2023 kicks off in Singapore. Fourth and fifth of October will see the industry’s premier international conference take place at the Suntec Convention Centre right in the heart of Singapore.

Organised by International Cranes and Specialized Transport and its publisher, KHL Group, this prestigious event returns to Asia for the first time in nine years. It is not to be missed.

WCTS is well known as a top level gathering of professionals in the crane and specialized transport industry from all over the world. It has established itself as the key global event for engaged stakeholders in the global crane and specialized transport industry to network, learn and share best practices. This year’s Summit promises to be truly exceptional, with a carefully curated programme designed to address crucial topics facing our industry today.

Fantastic networking opportunities include an evening reception, a facility tour, farewell drinks, plus all the registration time, breaks and lunch, giving delegates ample time to meet industry peers and potential customers.

Singapore evening skyline Singapore’s skyline is the backdrop to the 2023 World Crane and Transport Summit. Photo: Adobe Stock

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A valuable programme of speakers drawn from the top echelons of the industry worldwide promises to make you sit up and take notice of the latest industry developments.

The event is part of the Singapore Logistics and Crane Carnival 2023. The crane and transport industry and its trade associations in Singapore are organising a series of events in the first week of October 2023 as the Singapore Logistics and Crane Carnival (SLCC). The schedule is to be confirmed, but will encompass a Crane Carnival recruitment and exhibition event, visits to crane companies, a crane safety seminar and the WCTS Asia conference. In fact, WCTS will form the international centrepiece of the SLCC 2023, helping engage the wider Asian crane and transport sector in efforts to bolster safety and professionalism in the industry.

Confirmed speakers include Paul van Gelder, Mammoet global CEO, Bernard Kwok, deputy director (engineering safety), Ministry of Manpower (MOM), Dr Nicholas Fearnley, Oxford Economics head of global construction forecasting, Allan Tan, United Tec Construction managing director, Simon Marr, Marr Contracting managing director, Albert Chua, Liebherr Singapore managing director, and Kohki Uemura, Denzai K.K. CEO.

For more information or to book see the event website: https://khl-wcts.com/


This year’s Gold Sponsors are Comansa, Tadano and XCMG. Silver sponsors are Denzai and Liebherr. Bronze Sponsors are Crosby, Engineered Rigging, Goldhofer, Lebus, Modulift, TechKing, WireCo and Yongmao.

Exclusive Event Partner is Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association.

Supporting associations are the Singapore Cranes Association and the Singapore Transport Association.

For more information or to book see the event website: https://khl-wcts.com/


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