13.05.2022

Vertikal Days 2022

The follow is a random selection of images from this year's Vertikal Days which ended in the sun yesterday after a wet but highly successful first day on Wednesday. We will be adding more views from the event over the next few days.
A large number of visitors made attended the first day despite the inclement weather

Rapid entry through the entrance pavilion for those who preregistered

The view from above

Mixing and exchanging ideas in the aisles

The stand nearest the entrance - APS with a full suite of LGMG scissor lifts

The Wolff 166B hydraulic luffer sold to Churchill Retirement Living

The first 60t Sany SCE 600TB crawler crane in the UK

The self levelling RR9/200 tracked Road Rail platform from Platform Basket

The new all mechanical Navigator 6.0 from Metal & Modular on the International Platforms stand - created a lot of interest

A very busy Marketplace on the first morning

Simon Marnock of Kranlyft (L) concludes the sale of a Maeda MC 305 CB-3 lithium with Mark Rafferty of Bernard Hunter

The Hinowa TC22N Bi-Energy spider lift

The 45m Multitel MJ 450 truck mounted lift

Taking the Wolffkran Lifting Lounge Challenge

The Skyjack stand

The latest Faresin all-electric telehandlers on the GGR stand

The view towards the IPAF stand

Sam and Trevor Jepson of City Lifting with one of the first full production Spierings City Boy electric self erector

Magni RTH 6.30 with work platform and the TH6.10P

CPL showed this AlmaCrawler Jibbi U-1570 EVO with Multitel aluminium boom

City Lifting's City Lifter CL25 and the new Artic Raptor 185

Bronto Skylift's new 35m S 35 EM sold to Nationwide Platforms

An array of smaller capacity Liebherr ATs

Nolim outrigger mats and pads

Tim Leech of Tadano hands over the 450t AC 7.450 to Neil and Malcolm Davies

The show was busy in spite of the rain

Fat Cat Brass working the aisles

Fat Cat Brass at Wednesday's networking event

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