Access Lift & Handlers - October 2019

16 October 2019

Includes in this issue:

    Niftylift has been at the forefront of safety and innovation since its inception. Lindsey Anderson visited the company recently to discuss its future.
    The fourth ALH Conference & Awards put a spotlight on the industry’s best practices, products, people and projects. ALH covers the winners.
    Known for their upand- over clearance and jobsite adaptability, articulating booms have long been a mainstay for a range of applications. Lindsey Anderson reports.
    ALH’s annual ranking of North America’s access rental fleets shows a slight decline over 2018 due to fleet realignment from some of the industry’s biggest rental companies.
    Hybrid-equipped machines are becoming more powerful while utilizing technology that’s coming down in cost. Lindsey Anderson discusses the latest machines and industry insights with manufacturers.
    Ben Preston sits down with Hernán del Aguila to discuss the role technology plays in building a successful equipment rental business in today’s age of the self-serve consumer.
    The new standards go into effect this December. From machine design and operation to operator and manager training, the industry should prepare for substantial changes. Melinda Zimmerman-Smith reports.
    Kevin O’Shea, director of safety and training, AGF Access Group, explains the benefits of transport platforms.
    IPAF’s Catch-Up was a home run; VR simulators and MEWP retraining; Boehler steps down as IPAF President; IPAF North America leader is ALH Person of the Year 2019; plus more.
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