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A few photos covering some of the new products at Platformers Days 2018 the event continues today on fine weather
The show includes more equipment than ever

The Jibbi 1250 controller

The Almac Multi Loader 2025 with Airo scissor lift on board

The Böcker RK36-2400 spider lift and crane

The new Baby Bronto, the 35m S35EM on a two axle 17.5 tonne chassis

The Bronto team out in force to promote the new model

The dynamic CTE stand

The first European built Genie XC telescopic boom, the S-65XC

The patriotic looking Snorkel S3215E demonstrates the company's special paint capability

The impressive GMG stand

The all new GMG 4069RT scissor lift is a global machine

Korea's Horyong moving into Europe with the BMK403 Eco electric pick & carry crane

The new and massively updated Manitou 180ATJ 60ft articulated boom

Multitel's new 16m hybrid telescopic truck mount

Niftylift's new HR12 light boom lift available with Lithium ion power pack

Palfinger's new 37 metre P370KSE hybrid with near silent operation of the all electric upper

The new 90m Ruthmann truck mounted reaches out

Skyjack demonstrates is 340kg platform capacity on the SJ85

The all electric Skyjack RT scissor lift

Right at the back of the show a Klubb K20 all electric van mounted lift

Frank Witte demonstrates TPA's foam track crossing mats

Versalift's hybrid VTL 145F van mount

Sabina Pollex(L) and Darek Kuc of Amerparts Germany

Vertimac make strong progress this year in Germany - Caroline De Cock and Mathieu Naessens

The all new 31m Comet Compact 31:17 can be driven on a regular 3.5 tonne B licence -the back end is technically a trailer - developed by Powerlift's Wim van Beuzekom in cooperation with Comet it offers 17m outreach and 250kg platform capacity

The Comet Solar big platform truck mount

Dingli's European style boom, sold under the Magni brand

The IPAF virtual reality training simulator attracted a good deal of regular interest

The Hinowa stand with the 33-17 spider lift

Martin Brocamp happy to be with JCB selling its access products

PB - word has it that the company is changing the supplier for its low cost Eco range of small scissors from Dingli to another Chinese producer

Platform Basket's 30 metre telescopic spider lift, the Spider 30T

The Airo and Omme stand

The Manitou dog shelters from the midday sun

The game among some was 'Guess who manufactures the new Hematec truck mounts?' - the company was the CTE dealer until a year ago

The 23m Dino 230VT truck mount

JLG's levelling boom concept on show

The latest version of Custers Verda 12 tracked boom lift

A compact but busy Haulotte stand

Haulotte launched its new Pulseo HA20 hybrid boom lift on the German market

Hematec is now marketing its curtain sided machine transporters

Hubmeister - now owned by Zweiweg

The hybrid power pack on the 80ft JLG H800AJ boom lift

Dornselff's heavy duty articulated spider crane

Trailer lifts are still an important market in Germany - a 13m EuropeLift TM13T on the Rothlehner stand

GSR truck mounts on Rothlener stand

The Denka atrium lift

The evening event was packed

Nicole Engesser of Vertikal

ATN now under Fassi ownership and back in production

The all new 13ft ELS VM6 mast type lift

The 18m GSR B180T Comfort

The new 23m Italian built Ruthmann Eco Line 230 is said to be a cheaper alternative to Ruthmann's high tech German built models

A 25m Magni 360 degree telehandler

The Nordkran Jekko stand including the new JF365

Two Hoeflon cranes

Imer in the centre of things

Oil&Steel with a Valla crane

The Leguan 190

TGT Glass handlers and Palfinger based spider crane

The new 30 metre Teupen Leo 30T Plus spider lift

Unic, Horyong and Kato

The Socage team with the 20TJ truck mounted lift

TPA had three of its smart trucks with cranes, on show

A 34m Falcon spider lift

The 30m Cela DT30 spider lift

The Beyer show

The end of the show and Holland is ready for the trucks

Off to the shops? A Power Towers Nano SP in full flight

The 90 metre Ruthmann gets ready for the road

To see a few more photos from the night before the show opened click here

Sadly the second day of the event was marred by an accident in which the boom failed on the CTE MP32.19 truck mounted lift, two men were injured and airlifted to hospital, but thankfully were released within 24 hours. Click here to view the report from the day
The incident that occurred on Saturday morning


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