This webinar will explore issues around the future of environmental sustainability in the powered access industry and what we can do now to make a difference. IPAF’s three-year plan includes commitment to reducing our carbon footprint through our own environmental sustainability project. The pandemic has accelerated the need for a quick-shift in many businesses to up their game in digitisation, virtual and online activities. In parallel, the industry has recently seen a massive diversion towards electrification of MEWPs, with electric machines becoming the choice of manufacturers and rental companies alike. What else can the powered access industry do to reduce its carbon footprint? What best practice can we learn from each other? Guest speakers will share their thoughts and perspectives on the issues faced in the industry and how we can all make a difference in the face of the climate crisis.
Andy Wright, CEO, Sunbelt Rentals Limited, UK
Andy has been CEO of Sunbelt Rentals in the UK since February 2020, having joined the business as Chief Operating Officer in February 2019.
With over 30 years of leadership experience within the rental industry in Europe and the Middle East, Andy has previously held a number of board-level roles including Managing Director at Speedy Asset Services, Chief Executive Officer Middle East and International at Lavendon Group (Loxam) and Managing Director Northern Europe at Aggreko.
Since joining Sunbelt Rentals, Andy has put in place a new executive leadership team and been instrumental in shaping the new strategic plan and delivering a cultural change programme that has re-energised and refocused the business under the Sunbelt brand.
This webinar will be broadcast via Zoom and will be in English, featuring simultaneous translation in Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, German, French, Italian and Chinese. Simultaneous translation is only available when watching live, using the free Zoom desktop or mobile app. It will not be available if you watch using your web browser. *Please note simultaneous translation is provided subject to demand. IPAF reserves the right to cancel this feature if minimum numbers are not met.
A recording will be available on IPAF's YouTube channel after the webinar, for anyone unable to watch live.
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