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The Bravi stand

The Trojan AES battery – a better AGM type

The Ausa stand with ani ultra compact telehandler

Broderson was one of two carry deck cranes

The other being a Grove / Shuttlelift 15 ton SCD 15

The CMC and All Access Equipment stand – now under common ownership

The Custom Hy-Brid stand along with the launch of the new AXCS brand for ELS and MTS products in North America, now under common ownership

The ELS booms, scissor lifts and MTS telehandlers – branded as AXCS

The Dinolift with its US dealer RGB – launching a 52ft trailer lift

Ville Inkilä and Teemu Restella of Dinolift helping man the stand

The UpEquip stand with Easy Lift

Emanuele Sorianini of EasyLift (L) with Martin Leblanc of distributor UpEquip

Also on the UpEquip stand, a Hoeflon C10 spider crane

An all new product in the form of a 2.4 m lift height/1,587kg telescopic forklift trailer from Equipter

The company was asking for a 0 pre-order deposit to secure a slot for the ,400 machine

Europe Lift from Hungary has been selling in North America since September with its distributor, Georgia based Hawklift

EuropeLift CEO and owner Adrian Fekete

The Fascan stand with Jekko spider cranes

Also on the Fascan stand AlmaCrawler’s, demonstrating the variable track extension and side shift ability on ts new T-Crane

a better view of the 990kg capacity AlmaCrawler T-1060LRTH tracked crawler crane

The new Almac compact tracked carrier
See: Almac's new T Crane
(L-R) Mark Shea of Fascan with Mike Marchant of Montgomery Cranes and Chuck Wehring of H&E Equipment who found a comfortable seat on the Fascan stand

The Genie stand with new look decals, and new Trax boom lift concept

The new Trax booms offer the ability to swap between tracks and wheels with commonality across the range

The Trax track units have 50% fewer parts and are easier to maintain

The Goman stand with its S08C self-levelling tracked scissor lift – which Almac claims infringes its patent – several units have already been delivered in Canada

Haulotte up in lights

The Haulotte stand

The first of the all new HA16E Pro/HA46E Pro boom lifts was purchased by EFI (L-R) Alex Winkler, Kris Oxford, Scott Hatcher, Wendy Jones and Nick Fredrickson

ERG took added a number of Haulotte Compact 3247 scissor lifts to its rapidly growing fleet (L-R) senior managers Jason Seabolt, Brad Taylor, Ryan Wilson, Zac Buchanan and Steve Cook

Hyrax booms from the Netherlands – doing well in Canada and making their debut in the USA

Star of the stand – a Lego type scale model

A well-stocked Imer Access stand

JCB’s electric drive scissors are now in full production

The global launch of JCB’s first telescopic boom, the 65ft T65D available in North America and other non-European markets. Outreach is 17.23m with 300kg while the maximum capacity of 454kg is available at up to 14.5m.

The JCB T60D features a rising pivot point, three section boom and 1.53m jib with 135 degrees of articulation. Total weight is 12,655kg

Built in India, the T65 features a larger power unit than most booms of this size with a JCB T4 Final diesel and Hydraulic generator

The 18.1 tonne Landoll PT40 telehandler with a 6m lift height/2.4m forward reach on forks, 7.5m lift height/6m forward reach with jib

The LiftSmart material lift stand

The LizzyLift stand with PB mega scissors

Magni had major stand with its 360 degree units

And its growing range of fixed frame models – it is maintaining the full specification for North America – no stripped down cabs here!

The Manitou referees – part of a new Sports based US marketing campaign - Laurent Bonnaure (L) and Ilmars Nartish at the press launch

The North American version of the compact MT625 – The MTA519 with new controls and a skid steer fork carriage

Also available with open cab

(MEC introduced two new Micro scissors, including this 20ft model
MEC’s cushion surface mat option

The MEC Nano 10XD – The yellow gates now indicate the unit is fitted with overload cut out protection

MEC’s Micro 19XD with laser exclusion area marker

MEC has added further design improvements to its 85ft 85J since displaying the prototype at Conexpo last year

It includes two modes of operation – as a telescopic boom – or as an articulated – electric and hybrid versions will come later in the year

Movex Innovation showed what looks like a Maxilift telescopic loader crane on one of its Tracko tracked material carrier with a capacity of 950kg at 2.66m radius

LGMG launched the M2030SE self-propelled mast lift

Sinoboom’s all electric – no hydraulics – 19ft scissor lift

(An electric linear actuator replaces the hydraulic lift cylinder)
Maintenance free batteries

And no hydraulics at all

Also on the stand a new 32FT Sinoboom AB320ERJN industrial boom lift

The Skyjack stand

New CEO Charlie Patterson with the new Canadian built Skyjack micro scissors

The 13ft SJ3213 micro and 19ft SJ3219 micro

Snorkel showed two new all electric – no hydraulics – scissor lifts with lithium batteries, the S3013 Mini and S23220 Mini with a 272kg platform capacity, overall length of 1.44m and 1.39m and total weight of 952kg and 1,111kg respectively

It also had new 19ft S3219 Plus - 1.83m long and weighing 953k with hydraulic lift, but all electric chassis

The 60ft Snorkel 600AJN has been designed with unique steering and compact dimensions for exhibition installation work

It includes a special ‘exhibition platform’ with trays storage area and a screen/graphic display carrier

The Niftylift stand

Teupen’s new 27m spider lift
See: Teupen's new 27m spider lift
The new jib boasts 160 degrees of articulation

The Reachmaster stand with Ruthmann, Bluelift and AlmaCrawler

Southwire - Sumner Lift material lifts

Zoomlion launched a new no hydraulics 19ft scissor lift, essentially the same as its standard 19ft, but with electric actuators in place of hydraulics.

Also the ZS2242C tracked scissor which is apparently going well in Canada
See also: Zoomlion’s big boom arrives in N. America
Point of Rental software was busy for most of the show

Aerial lifts were secondary on the XCMG stand

Winlet glass handling robots


Trackunit creates much interest

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