EFESME experts directly contribute to the work of the Technical Committee and its Working Groups within the CEN TC 10, the European standardization body dealing with lifts, escalators and moving walks. Recently, an EFESME expert joined the ISO TC 178, the technical committee of the International Organization for Standardization dealing with lifts, escalators and moving walks.
EFESME experts also participate to the Lifts Standing Committee and Lifts Working Group meetings, the bodies assisting the European Commission in the application of the Lifts Directive (directive 95/16/EC).
EFESME intends to provide European Institutions with technical and informative support, offering a clear and comprehensive view about the manufacturing systems of lifts; it wishes to be actively involved in all technical and normative issues which directly or indirectly affect SMEs and their competitive position in the market.
Elevatori - The European Elevator Magazine is one of the leading magazines in the international vertical transport sector. The magazine is ranking second in importance and circulation worldwide, and ranking first in Europe and Italy. Today Elevatori is recognised by the vertical transportation operators as the leader from the technical viewpoint: circulation: over 4,000 copies, over 12,000 readers; distribution: 55% Italy - 45% Abroad (some 60 countries).
Readers: Almost all the lift Italian companies, from SMEs to big multinationals, besides ASL,
ISPESL, universities, etc.; Italian and International decision makers in: companies, public bodies, notified bodies, technical colleges, etc.; Installers, designers, engineers, marketing dept., building managers, architects, etc.
Contents: Topical Subjects, Techniques, Laws, Standards & Regulations, International news, Associations
New Contents: Culture and architecture
Sinnovative and avant-garde projects. Each issue includes an article specially focused on architecture topics: the lift in small and tall buildings, the lift in public spaces, lifts and modernization; moving walks and escalators, case studies.
Lift Vision represents the Turkish companies that are export-oriented. It is published in 41 countries covering North Africa, Middle East, Eurasia and Balkans. It acts as a gate which opens opportunities for local producers seeking for foreign markets. Lift Vision is published once every three months and its distribution number is around two thousand.
Lift Vision’s task is to increase the prestige of Turkish elevator sector. We are proud of the elevators’ production in Turkey because of its quality and technology level. Our magazine intends to carry out the sector a step forward. Lift Vision provides the industrialists the opportunity to compete with competitors on a world scale and ensure possibilities to enter target market.
Lift Vision supports the export activities of Turkish companies and contributes significantly to the sector development.
Liftinform is the monthly professional edition of elevator branch of Russia, issued since 1993 for workers of housing and utilities infrastructure, elevator factories, building and installation organizations, engineering centers. The journal covers the condition of lift branch of Russia and neighboring countries in all aspects. The edition is provide the native and foreign professionals with economic, technical and special information.
Liftinform is the information sponsor of the largest construction, municipal and lift exhibition forums at the territory of the Russian Federation. The journal is distributed through the all industry events, and also by a subscription in the regions of Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States.
The journal coverage meaningful and comprehensive information of the National Lift Union (NLU) as well as administration problems in Housing and Utilities sphere.