Access Lift & Handlers - January-February 2014
Rotating telehandlers are slowly gaining ground. Lindsey Anderson spoke with three of the main players in North America and reports.
In its fourth year, the MastClimber20 is a mixed bag of ups andf downs amongst companies. Lindsey Anderson breaks down the figures.
RENTAL SHOW GUIDE
Companies are mum regarding new products (ahem, ConExpo), but there will still be plenty to see in Orlando. ALH provides a guide.
WORLD OF CONCRETE GUIDE
Kicking off ‘show season’ each year, World of Concrete promises the latest in masonry-related goods. Check out our guide for more information.
United Rentals targets export sales of used fleet; Haulotte plans new North American launch for ConExpo; IAPA judges announced; MEC launches 60-foot scissor; Perkins unveils ‘de-tiering’ strategy for Stage IIIB/Tier 4i engines; plus highlights, events, ‘By the Numbers’ and more.
Ashtead joins FTSE 100 list in UK; Skyjack supplies big Modern deal; HSE focuses on calibration in Genie Z-135/70 collapse investigation; ‘Anti-entrapment’ terminology dropped by UK associations; plus highlights.
Merlo-importer Manulift has seen an influx of business over the past few years. Lindsey Anderson visited the company in late 2013 and reports.
Brad Boehler, president of Skyjack talks to Lindsey Anderson about the different challenges faced in markets around the world, and the company’s program of expansion.
Some companies are grasping the cloud while others are going cloud-only. Here’s the latest in the rental software arena.
JOBSITE REPORT: SCAFFOLD
New York's Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls needed a major update; the hotel and casino hadn't seen a facelift since it transformed from a convention center to gambling mecca at its inception more than 10 years ago. Superior Scaffold was called in to hang a whopper of a job. ALH reports.