Vol. 21, Issue 1
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News (PDF, 1.17 MB)
ELS to enter the telehandler market, More Genie XC models, Longer boom for Grove GMK3060, New 35 metre Teupen, Skyjack goes higher, Lithium ion power for JLG booms, New 31m Easy Lift, 230 JCB telehandlers for Nixon, Xtreme unveils three new telehandlers, ALE expands US operation, New Snorkel telehandlers, Crowland wind speed sensor, 36 Liebherrs for Al Faris, Genie launches Lift Connect and financials roundup...
Van mounted platforms (PDF, 972.68 KB)
The van mounted market was turned on its head when Klubb entered the sector three years ago. We review developments since and in a separate article interview Klubb chief executive officer Julien Bourrellis.
Aluminium cranes (PDF, 534.6 KB)
The benefits of the aluminium boomed crane are slowly being appreciated by customers looking for reach rather than maximum lift capacity. Throw in quick set up, excellent road speeds, significantly lower purchase prices and reduced costs to maintain and repair and you have to ask why is it not more popular?
Telehandlers (PDF, 1.02 MB)
With the popularity and usage of telehandlers still growing, we take a look at the market including the niche sectors - ultra-compact, compact and heavy duty - particularly as manufacturers gear up for new launches at Bauma 2019.
Bauma 2019 first preview (PDF, 927.35 KB)
The greatest plant and equipment exhibition in the world is rapidly approaching. In our first preview we reveal new models that are scheduled to be launched at the show in Munich in April.
Batteries (PDF, 385.63 KB)
Battery development continues to progress in leaps and bounds and is becoming more and more important as the combustion engine’s popularity declines. We take a look at the latest developments.