Unusual Rigging,& Engineering, Doughty and SIXTY82 join forces for PLSME
10th October 2019Industry leaders Unusual Rigging & Engineering LLC, Doughty Engineering and SIXTY82 will exhibit jointly at this year's PLSME. Visitors to stand 4-E22, Hall 4, will be able to see a range of equipment from Doughty and SIXTY82, as well as kit from Liftket, for whom Unusual Rigging is a distributor, and a selection of PPE gear.
Speaking ahead of the show, Denis Bramhall, managing Partner at Unusual Rigging and Engineering said: "We've been exhibiting with Doughty at PLSME for a few years now but this is the first year that we welcome SIXTY82 onto the stand. We look forward to it being a very successful show for us and hope it marks the start of an interesting and exciting working relationship with SIXTY82."
Denis continued: "From experience PLSME is a well organised show and attracts the right people. We look forward to meeting up with new and familiar faces, making the most of the networking opportunities that the show provides and of course demonstrating a selection of products on the stand."
Doughty's Fifty Clamp and Scaff Boom Arm will make their Middle East debut on the stand this year. Julian Chiverton, sales Director for Doughty will be on the stand and said: "This is the first time we'll be showing the Fifty Clamp and Scaff Boom Arm in the region so we are looking forward to hearing what visitors to the show have to say about these new items. They've been big hits in the UK and Europe but PLSME puts us in front of a very different audience and it's great to really understand what's important to our customers in this part of the world."
SIXTY82 will join Doughty and Unusual for the first time this year, exhibiting a range of trussing and staging solutions. Speaking ahead of the show Fokko Smeding, CEO SIXTY82 commented: "We are thrilled to be getting on board with Unusual Rigging & Engineering LLC at this year's PLSME. We look forward to a productive few days working together and hope it symbols the start of a new partnership for us both."
Denis continued: "Unusual is primarily a services company, but we do sell and rent a range of products, with the Doughty range being some of our most in demand. We will also have a range of kit from Liftket and some PPE equipment on the stand too and of course we look forward to speaking with potential customers about any exciting projects they might have up their sleeves."
Unusual Rigging & Engineering has had an exceptionally busy year, working on a variety of projects, including the Special Olympics, the new Coca Cola Arena, Westlife's Twenty Tour and a performance at the Emirates Palace by the world famous Spanish Riding School "We've had an excellent year and the projects mentioned here are just the tip of the iceberg. There are many others that we can't mention but are no less interesting or exciting," said Denis.