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The latest Cranes & Access

The latest digital issue of Cranes & Access is now online and available to read or download.

This issue is our spider issue - OK we missed Halloween - with features on the latest spider crane developments along with an overview of the growing spider lift market as it comes of age. In addition to the main features, we take a brief look at some of the latest glass handling equipment, followed by a further review of Vertikal Days, with Nick Johnson and Will North each providing their personal take on the event, and what new products caught their eye. All this, along with the latest round up of the industry’s news and views as well as updates from industry associations IPAF, CPA, ALLMI and PASMA.

If you are a subscriber to the printed copy, expect it at the end of week - or 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 via the downloadable sections of the website.

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Scheduled for early December, the next issue of Cranes & Access will include features on truck mounted platforms, taking a look at the latest trends and the progression towards hybrid and all electric models. On the crane side, with telescopic crawler cranes finally taking over the sub-100 tonne crawler crane market, we take a look at the latest new products, with a roundup of the competitive benefits of each. Finally, the issue will include our annual look at outrigger mats, pads, outrigger set up and ground protection systems, with a look at the classic errors that still haunt the crane and truck mounted lift market, leading to ongoing overturns.

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