Vol. 16, Issue 5
Complete issue in one PDF file (PDF, 8.75 MB)
News (PDF, 984.64 KB)
New telehandlers from Wacker Neuson, AFI invests in AJ, New Genie boom, Hiab cranes for Finnish defence, Grove dealership for Crowland, Six 185SJ booms for Riwal, ATN unveils Piaf 66, Quick Shift furniture lift available, Couling to join IAPS, Ruthmann makes 48 metre, Euro Towers launches one man tower, NCCCO certifies 100,000th operator, More Leos for MyLift, Liebherr develops rescue crane plus financial results round-up.
Industrial cranes (PDF, 873.02 KB)
When we talk industrial cranes we usually think of pick&carry cranes which have been making a comeback in recent years. However there is now a wide variety of lifting equipment for this sort of work. We highlight a range of different industrial lifting challenges and the solutions found.
Industrial access (PDF, 1.01 MB)
The correct selection and use of the latest access equipment can help make maintenance, upgrade and improvement work a great deal easier, more efficient as well as being safer. C&A investigates how in recent years the range of different powered access products has grown out of all proportion.
Interview - Jeremy Fish (PDF, 486.33 KB)
Mark Darwin interviews Nationwide Platform’s new managing director Jeremy Fish to learn more about the man that leads the UK’s largest powered access rental company, and what changes he is planning and implementing in order to make the Lavendon subsidiary more customer focussed.
Dealer Guide (PDF, 751.27 KB)
Our annual dealer guide lists all crane, access, telehandler and ancillary equipment currently manufactured along with the contact details of the UK and Ireland distributors.
Telehandlers (PDF, 1008.7 KB)
We take a look at some of the latest developments in telehandlers, including what makes a rental series telehandler, the growth of large heavy duty models and speak with rapidly growing UK rental company Plant Hire UK.
APEX review (PDF, 1.18 MB)
Now in its eighth year Apex opted for a new date and new venue for the show. Held at Amsterdam’s RAI centre towards the end of June, the show attracted a good number of visitors in buoyant moods and many orders were placed.