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16.05.2019

Strong start to Vertikal Days

Vertikal Days opened to warm sunny weather yesterday, with around 1,400 visitors attending, and a good number of exhibitors selling equipment from their stands.

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Pam Penny opens the show a few minutes early due to the mounting queue


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A busy registration desk


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The Marketplace


Kobelco sold the new 150 tonne CKE1350 G-2 crawler crane from its stand to rental company GH Johnson, complete with 61 metres of main boom and 30.5 metre fixed offset jib. The crane will be delivered to Johnson’s yard in Alfreton directly from the show on Friday.
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Mark Evans seals the deal for a 150 tonne CKE 1350G2 with Glyn Johnson of GH Johnson


Here are a few other glimpses from day one. A full photo review will be posted in the coming days.
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Multitel and Bronto Skylift


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JT Cranes and Jekko


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Networking in the aisles


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Skyline purchased the first five Potain hydraulic luffing jib cranes, with another two sold in Ireland


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JLG showed its new hybrid Rough Terrain boom lift


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The new 26 metre Hinowa spider lift with true bi-energy power


After the show, around 800 attended a cocktail party hosted by TVH and IPAF, followed by the annual networking event.
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In the meantime the show opens at 10:00 today, to what will hopefully be another sunny day. It is not too late to register online or at the door.

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