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IRE 2017 A Glimpse of Global Rental

May 15, 2017

The world of rental came together over the 2nd to 4th of May to take a look at the latest developments the industry has to offer. RAI Amsterdam played host to numerous events under one roof; IRE 2017, Apex Access Exhibition, ERA Convention and the European Rental Awards. With some of the most recognisable names in the industry exhibiting and lots of world class displays, this event certainly didn’t disappoint.

The new format of 4 shows in the same venue worked incredibly well, with visitor numbers high and the ease of access to all areas of the exhibition, IRE turned out to be a fantastic event for all. A large amount of footfall made their way to see us on Stand 5150 to discover what inspHire software can offer their business. With visitors from a variety of rental sectors and business sizes, both inspHire Office and Corporate attracted a lot of attention, with many impressed by the functionality and benefits both products provide.

Our stand was ideally located, right between IRE and Apex, which meant we got the chance to take a look at a variety of different displays across many sectors and managed to catch up with professionals from both the construction, plant industries as well as Access and Lifting.

Graham Dobbs, Managing Director here at inspHire said “We had a great time at IRE, it was a real celebration of the global rental industry and the developments that are being made. There were visitors from across Europe coming to see us, from the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland and Georgia, just to name a few”.

We also had the opportunity to catch up with some of our customers, give them some tips to get the most out of their system and let them know about any new features they could be benefitting from.

We’d like to thank both the KHL and IRE teams for putting on what was a superb event and we’re looking forward to the next International Rental Exhibition already!

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