Vol. 17, Issue 2
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News (PDF, 1017.31 KB)
Big new Tadano’s spotted, HSE prosecution takes nine years, Ainscough takes Böckers, JLG launches new booms, scissors and telehandlers, New 150ft Genie, Ruthmann unveils new 27 metre, JCB launches four Teletruks, New 86ft Skyjack boom, Snorkel launches first telehandler, Bailey omni-directional crane/platform, Terex free online lift planner, Verticaaldagen moves to Gorinchem, Upgrade for Liebherr’s LR1750, Hiab expands X-HiPro range, CMC ships first S19N and financials round-up.
Mid-sized All Terrains (PDF, 951.11 KB)
Cranes & Access takes a look at the pros and cons of the increasing number of single engine All Terrain cranes, and looks at how the concept is being accepted, as well as reviewing the latest models from the major manufacturers.
Small electric booms (PDF, 1.23 MB)
When it comes to choosing a small boom lift the market is bulging with different concepts and alternatives. This month we take a look at small electric powered booms including mast booms and also interview Daniel Duclos of ATN, who has been a major part of the development of mast booms since the late 1980s.
Intermat 2015 preview (PDF, 1.42 MB)
With Intermat 2015 in Paris rapidly approaching, here is our second preview to the show, highlighting some of the new products and what to see.
ARA show review (PDF, 539.68 KB)
The American Rental Association’s annual Rental show was held this year in the jazzy city of New Orleans, with the highest visitor numbers for many years. The show itself was one of the best of recent years in terms of new product launches.
Executive Hire Show review (PDF, 445.74 KB)
The UK’s Executive Hire Show, held once again in Coventry, attracted more than 2,000 visitors this year. Here are the highlights.