02.03.2011

Day two ARA/Rental show

The second day of the Rental Show at the ARA was a little quieter than day one but still very positive, here is the second part of our photo coverage.
Day two ARA 2011

Skako Lift showed the new 32 metre Falcon 320Z with 32 metre working height and 52ft /16m of outreach, along with a 14 metre BlueLift CR14 spider lift and a bright new self-propelled glass handling unit from GMV Kraner.
BlueLift C14 on the Skako Stand with the Falcon 320Z

The Winlet 770 glass handler from GMV Kraner on the Skako stand

The Nifty lift stand -one of the largest at the show

Nifty Lift had a major stand at the show and says that it is preparing to launch a new Deck-Rider 21 aerial work platform for working on structural steelwork cosntruction. In additon to building on the success of the Deck Rider 15, the new model will be easily convertable into a normal self-propelled HR21 or vis-versa. The unit will be on display at Conexpo later this month.
Platform Basket and Omme lift on the Tracked Lifts stand

Tracked Lifts showed the 30 metre Omme Lift 3000 tracked spider lift alongside the 12 metre Platform Basket RGQ12. The company is seeing a significant pick up in interest in tracked type spider lifts in the USA and will be showing both brands at Conexpo.
Snorkel and Pop-Up occupied one of the larger stands at the show and reported a substantial improvement in demand for its products. The company has saved its big new product announcements for Conexpo.
Another major access exhibitor was Snorkel

Steve Citron managing director of new company Lift Smart and his new material lift

Steve Citron formerly of Genie and MEC, has founded a new company to design and build a material lift under the Lift Smart, or rather LiftSmart banner, which he claims has a significantly superior design and build to other products currently on the market.
British rental software company Insphire is breaking into the North American market

The self propelled towable TPX scissor lift

The power drill driven Power Pole platform

Manitou and Gehl were back to back




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