A photograph dating back to the earliest days of the UK self-propelled powered access market
Aluminium scaffold tower manufacturer Instant UpRight is launching a range of small scissor lifts under the UpRight brand
Dutch hoist and elevator manufacturer De Jong's Liften is celebrating its 100th anniversary
Aerial lift pioneer and designer Raymond Smith passed away on Thursday April 18th, at the age of 95.
The first day of bauma was cold and overcast, with rain threatening the morning, - UPDATED with Tuesday pics
A reader has asked if any of our regular visitors can identify this tower crane from the 1970s UPDATED
We have received the belated news that Avice Hunt, who previously MD at UK access specialist John Rusling, has died.
JLG has kicked off its 50th anniversary this week starting a year of celebrations marking its establishment by John L Grove in 1969.
UK access industry veteran Chris Caney is retiring today after more than three decades in the access industry
Eddie Clancy, owner of UK based Emerson Crane Hire, passed away on Tuesday following a heart attack UPDATED
A reader has come across a photo of an old crawler crane that he is unable to identify
One of our readers, working on a scale model of Smith C4050 Crawler Crane would like to find a parts book for it
Dutch international sales and rental company Riwal has arranged a new €375 million senior credit facility
Duisburg Fire Department has completely rebuilt its 45 year old Gottwald AMK 35-21 boat mounted superstructure
Spotted by a reader based in the USA, a ladder platform mounted on a classic Citroen HY chassis
Kees Zeevenhooven, former MD of Rotterdam based crane distributor Zeevenhooven BV, has died
Today is the 40th anniversary of the launch of the first JCB telehandler, the 2,000kg/6m Loadall 520
UK based City Lifting has confirmed the acquisition of tower crane and hoist specialist Vertical Transportation
Brazilian rental company Mills has reported another steep fall in revenues and higher losses
UK based crane rental company Marsh Plant has taken delivery of the last Grove GMK 3055 All Terrain crane
We found this photo in our archive and thought it was ideal to close the week in these challenging times
It is acknowledged that the first All Terrain crane was the Demag Krake of 1956 but what did it look like?
The Demag name is to appear on mobile cranes again, the announcement is due later this morning at Bauma
The 1967 van mounted ladder platform was spotted by a reader in Germany, do you know what it is?