Book now for IPAF ELEVANDO España 2023 in Bilbao

IPAF Elevando

Representatives of rental, manufacturing and training companies are invited to reserve their place at IPAF ELEVANDO España 2023, to be hosted by the International Powered Access Federation at the Hotel Abba Euskalduna in Bilbao on 25-26 April.  

The event begins at 4pm and consists of a short programme of industry presentations, after which there will be a cocktail reception and networking dinner. IPAF will also host its annual professional development seminar (PDS) for training instructors and administrators to coincide with the event, and it will be held across both days, commencing.  

Ainara Greno, IPAF’s Spain Regional Manager, says: “I urge all participants in the powered access sector to take a look at the programme and to book without delay; already there are many confirmed attendees and places are strictly limited.  

“This is an ideal opportunity to enjoy presentations from our conference speakers, and to drink, dine and network with colleagues and friends from across the industry. This year will be extra special, as we mark the 40th anniversary of IPAF’s foundation!”   

Held on 25 and 26 April (11am start on 25th, 9am-1pm on 26th), the Spain PDS aims to help IPAF instructors to stay up to date with innovations in IPAF’s training, as well as developments in the wider industry, through a series of presentations and practical workshops.   

● Visit for details and to reserve your place. 

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