ALH Conference shifts to virtual format

By Lindsey Anderson07 September 2021

The ALH Conference, set for September 14, will be held online, Access, Lift & Handlers and KHL Group have announced. Registration is now open and can be accessed via this link. 

“Due to high Covid-19 infection rates throughout Chicago and Illinois and the continued hesitancy regarding business travel, we have made the difficult decision to move our in-person meeting to an online format,” said ALH Editor Lindsey Anderson. “The health and safety of our speakers, staff and attendees is of utmost importance. We hope that our delegates and partners understand the reasons for the change, and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.”

A look at 2020’s virtual ALH Conference with Lindsey Anderson (left), editor of Access, Lift & Handlers, and Sarah Rothenbuhler, owner, president and CEO of Birch Equipment Rental and Sales.

The same high-quality speaker line-up will still give presentations on September 14 – see our speaker page for details – and registration is now open. Click here to register. Exact speaking times and the day’s schedule will be released soon.

For those who have already booked tickets for the in-person event, KHL will be in contact. For anyone with a hotel reservation, please contact the hotel directly to amend your stay.

The ALH Conference focuses on the access equipment, aerial platform and telehandler industries, providing essential information on market trends, safety practices, rental management and product developments. It is geared toward anyone who buys, uses, rents or owns access equipment, telehandlers, hoists and mast climbing work platforms.

We look forward to meeting you, online.

For more information, visit www.alh-ca.com

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