Vol. 11, Issue 5
complete issue in one PDF file (PDF, 5.98 MB) or access individual sections
News (PDF, 656.08 KB)
Crane down in Liverpool, Dinolift launches spider, EPL appoints administrator, New Bluelift dealer in the UK, Riwal expands in Holland and UK, 40 years of Liebherr Ehingen, Oktopus sold, Allan Access Hire in administration, Access Link joins Partner Lift, Bigger PTC from Mammoet, SEV and Altec team up, New truck mount from CMC, Broderson moves into UK, Sarens buys Rigging International, Link Belt expands.
Industrial lifting (PDF, 515.16 KB)
The beginning of the summer holidays means plant shutdowns for annual maintenance and production line restructuring. This year may be busier than ever given despite of the economic situation, as many companies look to consolidate production. We take a look at some of the latest and more traditional equipment for industrial lifting and moving duties.
Industrial access (PDF, 861.95 KB)
Is the message finally beginning to sink in that using the right access equipment for the job will also increase productivity, reduce costs, as well as being safer? We take an overview of the market and then see how real savings can be made.
Face to face (PDF, 296.44 KB)
Sennebogen was the first company to launch a fully hydraulic, lattice boom crawler crane and yet today, is probably the most traditional crane manufacturer still producing in Europe. Mark Darwin talks to Erich Sennebogen Jnr, son of the founder and head of the Straubing-based family company.
The Cranes & Access UK dealer guide (PDF, 350.99 KB)
Bigger than ever before, our UK and Ireland dealer reference guide provides a comprehensive listing of lifting and access products along with local contact local.
Vertikal Days review (PDF, 710.19 KB)
What a show! Loads of new equipment, a number of deals and loads of sun! We try and squeeze all the news and new products into a six page review.