Vol. 21, Issue 3
complete issue in one PDF file (PDF, 15.66 MB) or access individual sections
News (PDF, 1.19 MB)
Terex sells US crane assets, Larger Grove telescopic crawler, Faresin Full Electric telehandler, 10,000 tonne crane from ALE, Speedy acquires Lifterz, Unic Cube Crane, Uperio - the new name in tower cranes, Haulotte launches new compact telehandler, New Vertikal.Net, Redwood/Ascendant in liquidation, Haulotte and Zhongneng United cooperate, Mateco acquires Afron, LGMG and PB partnership, Utility Equipment liquidation and financials round-up.
Boom lifts (PDF, 939.54 KB)
The boom lift market is entering a phase of rapid change with dozens of new models set for launch over the next few years and developments led by the gathering pace of change towards all electric machines. We take a look at some of the latest developments and new products.
Tower cranes (PDF, 1.09 MB)
The tower crane market is probably the most dynamic and interesting of all the crane sectors at the moment. New innovations such as fibre rope, the use of new materials, more sophisticated controls, greater attention to design details and easier to transport and set up all look set to transform the market.
Vertikal Days 2019 show guide (PDF, 7.23 MB)
Vertikal Days returns for its second year at Donington Park and looks set to be the biggest so far. This issue includes a comprehensive pull-out show guide, listing all the exhibitors, new products and essential information to make the most out of your visit to the show.
Bauma review (PDF, 1.42 MB)
The sheer scale of Bauma still amazes even veteran show goers. This year’s exhibition was the largest yet, with 614,000 square metres of exhibition area attracting more than 620,000 visitors. Because almost every exhibitor had new products on display, we try and cover as many as possible in our pictorial review.
Books and Models (PDF, 244.93 KB)