Vol. 17, Issue 3
complete issue in one PDF file (PDF, 13.92 MB) or access individual sections
News (PDF, 1.07 MB)
HTC ownership change, New 250t Grove AT, Oaktree takes Ainscough, Intermat highlights, Grove GHC demo launch, 10 GMK4100L for Kuwait, IPAF Summit, 10 big booms for Collé, Terex launches new generation reach stackers, Five Falcons for Oman airports, Datem goes topless, First SCX1000A-3 in Holland, Tadano to expand Mantis plant, Manitou celebrates 500,000th machine, 140 Manitou teles for Morris Leslie, Two Groves for Ellis, Hiresafe expands fleet, Four more Kobelcos for Weldex, First UK Explorer 5500, Riwal supplies Prangl and financials round-up.
Spider lifts (PDF, 1.73 MB)
Slowly but surely, the tracked spider lift is becoming more of a mainstream rental product as rental companies and end users appreciate its ‘jack of all trades’ abilities. Of all the aerial work platforms, spider lifts can deal with almost every type of ground conditions making them the ‘go anywhere’ platforms. We take a look at recent developments as well as a few interesting applications.
Lifting wind turbines (PDF, 1.72 MB)
In spite of the fact that the European wind energy industry installed more than double the capacity of new coal and gas combined last year there are some dark clouds on the horizon. Mark Darwin investigates and also talks in-depth with Declan Corrigan of wind turbine installation specialist Windhoist.
Vertikal Days preview and show guide (PDF, 4.56 MB)
Vertikal Days 2015 is now just a couple of weeks away and promises to be the largest so far both in terms of the number and space taken by exhibitors. We include a full show preview guide with all the exhibitors, new products and essential show information.