May/June 2002

Vol. 4, Issue 3


Comment (PDF, 239.31 KB)
Welcome to the special SED edition.

News (PDF, 462.47 KB)
Liebherr restructures; Grove bought by Manitowoc; Landrover and Versalift join up; Hewden investments; Effer UK announcement; Aichi and Womag to work together.

LEEA Focus (PDF, 241.76 KB)
Paul Fulcher has just taken over as chairman of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association. He talks to Rosie Gordon about his aspirations for the organisation. Meanwhile, Derrick Bailes writes about a case study brought to the attention of the LEEA, in which a man was seriously injured because the wrong equipment was used.

SED 2002 Showguide (PDF, 1.07 MB)
Cranes & Access predicts another great show in Milton Keynes this year. Our map and showguide should help you find your way around.

One size fits all? (PDF, 604.62 KB)
Rosie Gordon asks, can a telehandler do the work of a crane, an access platform and a goods handler?

Upbeat Conexpo (PDF, 342.65 KB)
Manitowoc's purchase of Grove was not the only event worth talking about in Las Vegas this March, as Tim Whiteman discovered.

Scissors Lifts (PDF, 888.44 KB)
A look at what's on the market for buyers.

Skyjack: Made in Hungary (PDF, 268.78 KB)
Tim Whiteman reports on his trip to Skyjack's new production unit in Mezogep.

Corporate manslaughter (PDF, 297.6 KB)
Ainscough's recent seminar highlighted some facts that everyone in the construction industry needs to face, as the HSE clamps down on some dreadful injury and fatality statistics.


Innovations (PDF, 152.25 KB)

IPAF News (PDF, 80.12 KB)