June/August 2003

Vol. 5, Issue 4

complete issue in one PDF file (PDF, 3.44 MB) or access individual sections


Comment (PDF, 518.12 KB)

News (PDF, 690.88 KB)
HSE blitz warning; Manitowoc descends on Europe; CPA forms tower crane interest group; King launches road/rail division; IPAF announces new MD; UK deal for Arcomet self erectors.

Face-to-face (PDF, 52.29 KB)
It's nearly a year since UpRight exited Chapter 11. C&A caught up with its president and CEO, Ian Menzies, and recently appointed head of sales & marketing for EAME, Steve Couling, to discuss the company's past, present and future.

SED / Intermat review (PDF, 334.87 KB)
This year's SED was, according to the show's organisers, the biggest yet in its 37-year history, while the world's lifting and access equipment manufacturers at Intermat in Paris helped to attract more than 180,000 visitors. Warren Wadsworth looks back to both shows and brings you the highlights.

Heavy lift (PDF, 442.03 KB)
C&A grabs its passport and reports on a variety of big lift projects from around the world.

Telehandlers (PDF, 620.88 KB)
These versatile machines have been described by some as the new giants of the construction skyline. Warren Wadsworth takes a look at what's happening in the sector and rounds up the very latest equipment on offer.

Dealer guide (PDF, 45.57 KB)
A comprehensive listing of dealers and manufacturers in the UK and Ireland.

IPAF News (PDF, 55.26 KB)


Innovations (PDF, 80.61 KB)

What's on / Classified advertising (PDF, 422.27 KB)

Van mounted platforms (PDF, 647 KB)
The van mounted platform sector continues to flourish – a statement that offers justification for the flow of new machines that have been launched onto the market recently.

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