A specialist in swivel lifting rings, CODIPRO presents its specific solutions at the Liftex exhibition in Bolton (UK).

For the second consecutive year, CODIPRO, the specialist in swivel lifting rings, will take part in the Liftex exhibition. Bringing together all of the main English lifting industry players, Liftex will take place this year in Bolton in the north west of England on 14 and 15 November 2013.


LEEA, an acknowledged and influential organiser in the lifting sector

Organised by the LEEA, LIFTEX has an international scope. The LEEA (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association) is the premier trade association in the world for companies and organisations involved in the design, manufacture and use of lifting equipment.  Created in 1944, it has become a veritable international body that has several hundreds of members worldwide.

An obvious participation for specialists in swivel lifting rings.

CODIPRO's participation at this international event is obvious. The United Kingdom represents an important market with growing potential: the sales of CODIPRO's swivel lifting rings has tripled there in the last three years.

Emilie Jacques, CODIPRO's saleswoman for the United Kingdom, Ireland and Scandinavia, will be present to answer questions from distributors and end users of swivel lifting rings. Thus, during those two days, she will advise visitors, give them technical advice on lifting and direct them the the CODIPRO distributor nearest to them. 

"A large number of my contacts are interested in LIFTEX as it is internationally acknowledged and they are sure to meet lifting professionals there, to receive the best advice on lifting and to attend demonstrations of new products and innovative services" explains Emilie Jacques.

Presentation of new items.

A specialist in special lifting rings, CODIPRO will take advantage of its participation in LIFTEX to present, on its stand no. 74, its latest innovations such as the thread adaptor,ADA, designed to use lifting rings whose threaded shank has a diameter of less than the original tapping; the fall arrest ring for people's safety (PSA): PE.SEB which allows harnessed people to be made secure; or the latest technological breakthrough developed through its own innovation and which consists of incorporating an RFID chip into its swivel lifting rings for better monitoring and management of information.