Access Lift & Handlers - August-September 2018
INTERVIEW: UNITED RENTALS
As United Rentals has made an entry into Europe through BakerCorp. IRN editor Joe Malone finds out what the company’s long-term plan is for the market.
The rotating telehandler market is heating up as rental companies and
contractors discover the numerous benefits of these heavy lifters.
Lindsey Anderson reports.
Keeping machines in good working order is as easy as following a manufacturer’s manual. Lindsey Anderson speaks with OEMs about
preventative tips and best practices.
Speed Level lifts have been around since the ’90s, giving OEMs the
opportunity to enhance and re-engineer units. ALH talks to two companies
about benefits, trends and more.
United Rentals enters Europe; AMS Merlo now carries Airo lifts; Ruthmann sets up North America subsidiary; JLG enhances products; ABLE Equipment Rental continues growing; Genie introduces high float booms; Dana to buy
Oerlikon Drive Systems; plus Highlights, By the Numbers, Events and more.
Teupen to debut new Leo series at Platformers’ Days this September in Germany; Z-60/37 FE hybrid Bronto introduces compact unit; Timken precision motion control company Cone Drive; plus Highlights.
Murray Pollok talks to Riwal Chief Executive Officer Norty Turner about the company’s 50th year, facing up to digitalization, and Riwal’s internationalization strategy. Will they cross the pond and enter North America?
New ANSI Standard introduces ‘supervisor’ definition; Booking now open for IPAF Innovate event; AMP Sales and Services joins IPAF; Save the date for the IPAF Summit and IAPAs 2019 in Dubai; Film premiere at Asia Conference & Showcase 2018; New edition of ‘Elevating Safety’ set for publication.