A reader in the US has sent us an historic photograph from the early 1940s of an fire/rescue aerial ladder truck.
A reader in California sent us a photograph showing a man maintaining a street light from a ladder tower
German rental company Gigalift has taken the 15,000th Ruthmann truck mounted platform
A-Plant/Sunbelt service engineer Brian Symcox has celebrated 50 years with the company
Long term crane man Richard Breedon has retired from Ainscough Crane Hire after 45 years.
Sent in by a reader from the UK, a photograph of three men working on a large free standing ladder
We have just received the sad news that Alan Taylor, the man behind some of the very first commercially viable hydraulic cranes, died in April. He was 96.
UK crane company Roadcraft Crane Hire has celebrated its 100th anniversary.
Chinese crane and aerial lift manufacturer XCMG has produced its 200,000th wheeled mobile crane.
We have received the sad news that Irish crane industry pioneer Sean Meade passed away suddenly on October 21st, he was 78.
Versalift UK has celebrated the 25th anniversary of its incorporation with a special factory event
Tadano has celebrated the 100th anniversary of the day Masuo Tadano started the business
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