The latest digital issue of Cranes & Access is now online and available to read or download.
This action packed issue has a number of interesting features including a review of the latest boom lift developments to hit the market and a consideration of the key factors that influence a purchasing decision. Our tower crane feature focuses on hydraulic luffing jib cranes and how the market has grown from a single supplier to the point where almost every tower crane manufacturer has at least one model in their portfolios.
The telehandler feature reports on the recent introduction of Stage V powered units, as well as the larger and more innovative developments plus the arrival of all electric models, inclduing a test drive of the JCB. The first half of the arborist feature takes a look how access and load monitoring equipment can help arborists plan and perform their work safely, while the second looks at the unusual heavy duty lifting equipment used by the Canadian timber and logging industry.
Finally, the issue also includes a sneak preview of some of the new products making their World, European or UK firsts at Vertikal Days in September, in what will be one of the first live industry events in the past 18 months. All this, along with the latest round up of news, views and updates from the industry and its associations.
If you subscribe to a printed copy expect it to arrive early next week, depending on where in the world you live. Alternatively, if you would like to download specific sections of the magazine you can do so here: downloadable sections. Or, if you would like to receive a beautiful, printed copy of this great magazine simply fill out a subscription/free trial form.
The next issue of Cranes & Access, scheduled for the end of August, will include features on loader cranes, slab electric scissor lifts and the latest software and technology employed in the lifting industry. It will also contain the 28 page pull out Vertikal Show Guide, detailing every exhibitor and products that will be on display at the event.