(Photo: © Targi Kielce S.A.)

Euro-Lift: One stop shop for the lift industry


The 6th Euro-Lift International Lifts and Components Exhibition is to be held in Kielce, Poland, on 28 and 29 April 2021. It was originally scheduled for October 2020, but in view of the Corona pandemic, the organizers had to postpone it.

Euro-Lift is targeted at representatives of various sectors and services like housing communities and cooperatives, local governments, educational institutions, hospitals, nursing homes, entrepreneurs, developers, architects, listed building conservators, investors and all those interested in lift technologies and systems. The event also hosts a plethora of representatives of international organisations and associations as well as lift industry-focused media.

At the trade fair comprehensive systems and devices are presented: new products, lift drive systems, ropes, control and safety systems, cabins equipment and much more.

Comprehensive industry meetings

The Euro-Lift agenda also includes specialised meetings: this is where industry insiders and professionals discuss housing and service facilities, consulting services and new investments. "This will involve much more than discussing proper operation, modernisation, installation and maintenance of lifts," stressed the organisers.

Photo: © Targi Kielce S.A.Photo: © Targi Kielce S.A.

Lectures on on-board software development will be one of the expo features. Adaptation of civil engineering solutions in order to meet disabled people's needs will be another of the main issues at this year's Euro-Lift Lifts and Components Trade Fair.

Event participants will be offered insight into lifting devices' performance standards when installed in residential and commercial buildings. The process of lift digitisation will also be presented in great detail.

Sanitary safety and security rules

The corona pandemic has called for implementing specific sanitary safety and security rules applicable to lift use and maintenance. Therefore, the products and solutions crafted around lift operators' needs will be on offer at the exhibition. The trade fair will highlight the necessary safety measures and lift use-precautions.

A limited number of participants, appropriate social distance, frequent disinfection of often-touched infrastructural elements, additional dividers at expo stands, multi-functional disinfection booths, non-contact temperature screening for all participants, the obligation to cover the nose and mouth and mandatory epidemiological questionnaires – these will be the primary measures in place at the Euro-Lift.

"All of these have been designed to ensure a safe meeting space for our events' participants," the organiser emphasised.

More information: targikielce.pl/en/euro-lift