Jens Ennen to speak at ESTA awards

By Murray Pollok16 February 2021

Jens Ennen, CEO at Tadano Faun and Tadano Demag in Germany, has been confirmed as the keynote speaker for the ESTA Awards and Market Update taking place as a virtual event on 22 April.

Ennen, a senior figure in the global crane sector, will give an overview of the crane market worldwide and address the post-Covid market landscape.

Logo fore 2021 ESTA awards & market update

He joins two other speakers who will give presentations during the awards ceremony.

Jens Ennen, Tadano Faun and Tadano Demag CEO in a suit with blue-red-blue tie Jens Ennen, Tadano Faun and Tadano Demag CEO

Moritz Dickmann, managing director of Nöpel Group, will discuss the implications of reforms to VEMAGS transport permits.

Garrick Nisbet, projects director at Notus Heavy Lift and lifting manager at the Hinkley Point C project in the UK, will report on recent heavy lifts and transport activities at the nuclear power project, including lifts by Saren’s ‘Big Carl’ crane.

Moritz Dickmann, Nöpel Group managing director, in black shirt Moritz Dickmann, Nöpel Group managing director

The event, which was originally scheduled to be held live in Paris during the Intermat exhibition, will combine the three market presentations with the ESTA awards ceremony.

Registration for the event is free and now open at this link.

The full programme will take two hours. For details click here.

Garrick Nisbet, projects director at Notus Heavy Lift in dark suit and blue tie Garrick Nisbet, projects director at Notus Heavy Lift
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