Access Lift & Handlers - July 2016
Dinolift isn’t a stranger to the U.S. market, having once attempted to enter it before. This time is different, though. Lindsey Anderson reports.
It’s the market that keeps on growing. The SCAFFOLD20 shows more
than 13 percent growth this year, with nearly every company on the up
The second-ever ALH Conference & Awards, set for Oct. 11 in Miami,
is poised to deliver. Here’s what visitors can expect for both the morning and evening.
Through a series of interviews, ALH lays out why training to install mast climbing work platforms is of utmost – and legal – importance.
Herc Rentals set for spin-off; JLG opens new service center; ALH Awards open for entries; JCB continues North American growth; Trojan Battery expands sales team; UpEquip receives new Easy Lift 50-23AJ; U.S. Battery celebrates 90 years; Spider provides Oakland Bay Bridge access; Allen leaves Genie for charitable role; Revenues up at Noble Iron; plus Events, Highlights, By-the-Numbers and more.
Janneniska orders 35 Ruthmanns; AFI launches familiarization videos; Colleagues pay tribute to Paul Bidwell; Siegl extents Snorkel fleet; UK estate invests in first AWP; Smart class launch from Palfinger; Bayernlift takes first Magni TH6.20 in Germany plus more.
A successul behavior-based safety system is an important resource for changing and strengthening work cultures. Paul Amedee, vice president of EHS, Safway Group, discusses.
SAIA ANNUAL CONVENTION
The Scaffold & Access Industry Association’s annual event is set for July
10-13 in Indianapolis. ALH provides a guide.
STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS
Scott Owyen, Genie training manager, Terex AWP, discusses further ANSI and CSA changes we all need to be aware of.
The latest news from the International Powered Access Federation, including avoiding banners on scissors and more.