Australian rental firm agrees recapitalisation of balance sheet with its lenders, reducing debt and adding to savings
The global annual market for MEWPs could be 700,000 units within 20 years, said Haulotte Chairman Pierre Saubot.
It’s been a good year for the AccessM20 listing of the world’s biggest access equipment manufacturers.
US-based Neff Corp has received a superior offer from an unidentified bidder to buy the company. The $25 per share bid follows H E Equipment’s previously accepted offer of $21.07
Genie experienced a flat second quarter of its financial year in terms of sales, while operating income saw a greater fall from $72.5 million in its 2016 second quarter to $60.8 million
JLG Industries sales increased by 2.9% to $980.2 million in the three months to 30 June, the third quarter of its fiscal year.
The changes include location parameters for rental and leasing equipment as well as results organized by company
Korea-based Prince Lift is refreshing its Skyjack rental fleet. Skyjack’s Refresh program allows companies to update their fleet with minimum investment
The deal strengthens AFI’s position in the UK access rental market, and brings the group’s turnover to nearly £100m ($130m) and its fleet size to more than 7000
Australia-based Want Access has reached a fleet size of 600 with the delivery of a Haulotte HT23RTJ Pro 23m telescopic boom, representing a move into larger equipment
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