June/July 2005

Vol. 7, Issue 4

complete issue in one PDF file (PDF, 7.66 MB) or access individual sections


Contents / Comment (PDF, 277.21 KB)

News (PDF, 589.53 KB)
New cranes from Tadano, Demag, Liebherr and Wolff. First results from Kobelco Cranes, Omme appoint APS, Palfinger buy Ratcliff, Uplift open in Haydock, New lifts From Kesla and Bison-Palfinger. First New MEC Scissors arrive.

One man up (PDF, 628.58 KB)
The new Work at Height rules will encourage the wider adoption of powered lifts, single person push around and self propelled lifts offer the lowest cost per metre of working height. We look at the pros and cons and the types of lifts available.

SED review (PDF, 367.19 KB)
A round up of the news and new products at SED 2005.

Access and Lifting for plant shutdowns (PDF, 424.91 KB)
With August plant shutdowns looming we look at some of the equipment available to help with lifting and shifting as well as access equipment suited to such work.

UK & Ireland Dealer Guide (PDF, 214.24 KB)
The first Cranes&Access dealer guide in over two years, our pull out guide looks at who represents the main lifting and access products in the UK and Ireland with contact details. We also include those companies looking for representation.

Heavy lift applications (PDF, 308.57 KB)
We look at a small selection of recent interesting lifts with heavy cranes, as well as a report of how one port increased the number of containers it handles by over 30 percent.

IPAF summit and AGM in photos (PDF, 346 KB)
We bring you a review of the recent IPAF AGM and summit in photographs.


ALLMI Focus (PDF, 152.82 KB)

IPAF News (PDF, 77.06 KB)

Innovations (PDF, 160.38 KB)

Web links / What's on / Marketplace (PDF, 5.07 MB)

Book reviews (PDF, 93.69 KB)