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Inmalo Sponsor NFDC Awards for Demolition Plant Operator 2017
Inmalo are once again proud to be sponsoring the NFDC Demolition Awards category for Demolition Plant Operator 2017. This year’s event takes place at The Dorchester, Park Lane, London......
IDE Spring Seminar 2017
Even Storm Doris couldn’t stop the recent Institute of Demolition Engineers Spring Seminar from being yet another resounding success. Returning to the excellent Royal Armouries venue saw the event......
In response to the news of the new Demolition Degree…
“Wow fantastic news! From my own point of view it will give decent young people a great chance to come in to our wonderful and exciting industry with a sense of purpose and achievement, Set them off in the correct manner and giving young driven individuals the chance to make a difference in our Industry.
This is much needed and long overdue congratulations to everyone involved, In the following years to come all involved will realise and be proud of the achievement done on this day, Lee Mulholland a proud member of The Institute of Demolition Engineers. I am going to stop now before I get too emotional Well Done !”
Demo Expo 2015 was a total success for the UK demolition Industry. Many key Customers visited the Liebherr stand and a few strong sales enquiries were received. In my opinion the UK demolition industry is big enough to have its own trade fair and this was reflected more so this year with a great attendance. The success of the show however is down to the organisers ( NFDC and IDE ) along with the superb facilities and support that J Mould provided.Finally the family day on Saturday was fun with many Liebherr Frisbees getting launched to and from the JCB stand which gave a good giggle! It was nice to see so many youngsters taking an interest in machinery and sitting in cabs of machines…these of course could be the drivers and operators of the future. It also gave us the opportunity to explain the importance of the Liebherr Apprentice Scheme we have running in the UK, we currently have over 40 Apprentices in the UK as it is clear unless we do something now the industry will have a shortage of experience moving forward.
Looking forward to Dem Expo 2017 already count us in!!
Having recently exhibited our full range of demolition attachments and recycling equipment at the joint NFDC/IDE Demo Expo 2015 at the J Mould Quarry in Reading, we are delighted to report this event was one of the most successful ECY Haulmark have ever participated in, we feel the success of which was largely down to the host and the organisers commitment and dedication to showcasing the best the industry has to offer. The quality of the visitors was second to none on the business day (Friday), whilst it was a delight to welcome the next potential generation of demolition operators, engineers and bosses on the Saturday family day and show them around our equipment and working machines. The Demo Expo has become a major event for people in the UK demolition industry since it’s first show in 2013 and long may it continue to grow, ECY Haulmark will definitely be on board for 2017.
I would like to express my sincere gratitude in organising a fantastic event at Demo Expo. Your team were great at putting on such a strong show. I have been exhibiting at shows for 25 years – this is the first time I have ever written a letter of thanks to a show organiser, such is my level of appreciation. You have a winning formula and we look forward to the next show in 2017.
For me, being part of the IDE is important as I see it as being a leading light in the recognition of demolition being a skilled profession. The IDE works hard to promote the professionalism of its members in our technically taxing and difficult industry. The IDE provides a good network for keeping up to date with new innovations and techniques.
“I have been a associated with the IDE for over twenty years both as a Member and a Fellow of the Institute, I have also served on the Council of Management and until recently have attended numerous Seminars and IDE events. I would recommend Membership of The Institute to all up and coming supervisors, managers and executives working in or associated with the demolition industry, the knowledge that can be gained from the Institute events and from Members at Social Functions within the IDE is invaluable in the progression of the Demolition Engineer”.