20.02.2019

Day two ARA

The second day of the ARA Show was generally a little quieter than usual, although many stands reported good business.

Manitou kicked off the day with a press conference in which it announced that it would be bringing a further five models from its boom lift range into the US market during the year so that all of its boom product line will be available on the US market.
Manitou has been placing 'seed' machines from its boom lift range with key customers and partners across the USA

The new Gehl RS4-14 is essentially the Manitou MT420 ultra compact telehandler and is built in France

Custom Equipment unveiled two new models, the 10ft – five metre working height PAS-1030 push around scissor lift and the 16ft compact ZT 1630 slab scissor lift, which has almost the same overall length as a mast type lift.
The Custom Equipment stand

The new five metre working height Custom PA-1030 push around scissor lift

The PAS-1030 has a tool tray storage rack and USB charging point

Custom Equipment's new 16ft ZT1630 self propelled scissor lift

MEC also launched new products in the form of two new low weight straight telescopic boom lifts, the 45-J and 65-J, and two new compact Rough Terrain scissor lifts, the 3369 RT and 4069RT, both of which can be ordered in electric or diesel formats.
The MEC stand

MEC added the 45ft 45-J and 65ft 65-J straight booms to its line, joining the 60ft straight and 45ft articulated booms

The MEC 45-J

MEC also launched the new 40ft 4069 and a 33ft 3369, both available in diesel or electric versions

Here are a few further views:
The Merlo Stand

The Dieci stand

Terry Felner of Thermoil battery additive oil had a much better show than he expected

HD Tire with a Ballymore branded Dingli in the background

The 12 metre Bluelift C 12 (32) with vertically telescoping platform attachment

Forever ODM is in the process of redesigning its scissor boom to the new ANSI standards

Two new JLG R - Rental series - slab scissor lifts - the 2632R and 3246R take the range to four units

The All Access stand with CMC spider lifts including the 25 metre model

LGMG's compact 19ft micro scissor, the 1932 with direct electric drive

The Point of Rental stand was constantly full and one of the busiest at the show

Bailey Crane's The Junior electric pick & Carry crane

A Fassi crane sold to Herc Rental

The largest crane at the Show, Shuttlelift - Grove - carry deck crane

The EM Utility Vehicle Scissor lift offers a 13ft platform height, 5.5m working height and can travel at 12mph

The aluminium Spitzlift cranes can lift up to 350kg and yet weight just 34kg

The Almac Bibbi on the Reachmaster stand

The Landoll PT40 industrial telehandler

The Lift Smart stand

Access industry veteran Shaun Flanagan of West Coast Equipment still doing the deals

Click here to see the posts from day one of the show.

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