Vol. 11, Issue 2
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News (PDF, 629.79 KB)
New Grove City AT crane, Haulotte/Bil-Jax enters the alloy tower market, Oshkosh agrees credit amendment, EPW to open in the UK, New Genie 360¡ telehandlers, New Merlo and JLG ag telehandlers, APS and Youngman join to distribute push around, Counterfeit Terex Demags, 2008 financial round ups, Terex may sell construction division, Photos of new Liebherr 350 tonne AT.
Mini cranes (PDF, 591.86 KB)
We take a look at the latest developments in the rapidly expanding spider crane and compact self propelled crane market. New applications for these innovative products continue to be found as they become more popular and project planners start to build them into the planning process.
Compact electric scissor lifts (PDF, 526.78 KB)
The electric scissor lift celebrates 35 years as a mainstream product, we take a look at some of the pivotal developments in that time and how they have influenced the current product offerings.
Intermat preview (PDF, 569.26 KB)
With only a few weeks left until this year's big show opens its doors, we take a look at who is exhibiting and what to expect. Although a number of major manufacturers have pulled out there is still plenty to see.
ARA - Rental show (PDF, 512.87 KB)
While this year's Rental show in Atlanta, Georgia was poorly attended, there were a number of interesting new products on display. Cranes&Access was there and reports on what used to be the major launch-pad of new aerial lift products.
Non-powered Access (PDF, 493.45 KB)
In what will be the first of our in depth round ups of non powered access, Mark Darwin looks at the latest developments in low-level, non powered access equipment.
Face to Face (PDF, 236.93 KB)
Height for Hire/Easi UpLifts, the Dublin-based international rental and sales company, has moved to a new, highly efficient headquarters building. Cranes&Access visited to learn more about some of the innovative ideas built into the four acre facility.