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Are electric demolition robots making jobsites safer?
Demolition is difficult, dirty, dangerous work but it is also necessary work. How best to keep workers safe in a demolition environment? Remove them from that environment. ConExpo-Con/Agg writes
Record-breaking year for equipment sales
Demand for equipment was maintained throughout 2021, although some areas have seen a drop in sales
Geda tackles scaffolding challenges
Kazimierz Wasilczyk, from Geda, looks into the issues surrounding scaffolding 
What is this tower crane constructing in Norway?
The Comansa tower crane has been put through a process of adaptation and customisation at a shipyard in Haugesund, Norway
When to use specialized trailers
Specialized trailers come in all shapes and sizes to transport all manner of loads. Now new functions are getting them on the road to sustainability. Niamh Marriott reports.
Online exclusive: Metso Outotec on sustainability, innovations and new tech
Ilpo Nieminen, Director, R&D and Innovations, Aggregates, Metso Outotec on the latest trends in the sector 
What are the latest crane operator aids on the market?
A collection of load moment indicator, rated capacity limiter and related technologies.
Which is the best tower crane?
In the first of a two-part feature, Heinz-Gert Kessel explores whether low top or flat top tower crane designs are leading the way in the high-capacity tower crane classes
New IPAF president looks to the future
Interview: Karin Nars, IPAF’s first female president, shares her industry goals 
Scissor lifts: the latest compacts
AI explores the rising trend for micro and compact scissor units in the workplace
Omega Morgan tackles paper mill project at the Port
A paper mill drum pulper required specialized handling at the Port of Longview.
Track record
With more than 20 years under its belt manufacturing specialty access solutions, Omega Group is branching out – in more ways than one. Lindsey Anderson speaks with company founder Arjan Roelse.
Extended growth: the telescopic boom market
Even though the telescopic boom market is well-established throughout North America, this mature sector will see significant changes over the coming years. Lindsey Anderson reports.
North American rental: momentum, with challenges
The industry is on the brink of substantial growth as both rental companies and access manufacturers ramp up to meet demand. Lindsey Anderson reports
The truth about supply chains
Assessing the realities within the supply chain affecting SC&RA members
What are the business benefits of enterprise resource planning?
The benefits of enterprise resource planning (ERP) for business are boundless, says the SC&RA
Industry is optimistic for crane finance bounce back
A host of economic issues have not impacted the crane finance market as badly as you might think. Cheryl Fry reports.
A material improvement for heat exchangers
Cooling specialist Wabtec invests in aluminum technology for heat transfer solutions
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