Equipment News

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    New booms in 2017


    New standards, new companies and new markets are all aiding self propelled boom developments and designs. AI reports

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    Interview: Zavod Podiomnikov - AWP manufacturing and rental in Russia


    Zavod Podiomnikov is Russia’s first AWP manufacturer, as well as being a rental company, and has major plans for growth in Russia, then abroad, plus plans for a 60m working height self propelled boom. Company director Timofeenko Sergey speaks to AI about its aspirations

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    Trojan licenses new battery technology


    Trojan Battery has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Advanced Battery Concepts for its GreenSeal bi-polar battery technology with the goal of future product commercialization

  • To address these envelopes and capacities, Genie is in the works of revamping and updating its entir

    Booming transformation


    With upcoming standards set to re-shape the industry as we know it, a number of new and refreshed units will hit the market over the next 18 months. Lindsey Anderson reports.

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    Scaffolding International: Upping standards


    With a shift in demand towards advanced scaffolding solutions, scaffolding manufacturers in India have been introducing new products, backed by the required product support. Partha Pratim Basistha reports.

  • The new Genie Z-60/37FE boom lift provides the choice of two modes of operation: Full-electric, whic

    Bending markets


    It’s a mixed market for articulated booms, but OEMs have released a number of new units, including the world’s tallest, and many say the coming year should be steady. Lindsey Anderson reports

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    Vertical endeavors


    Mast-climbing equipment continues to gain traction within the industry. ALH and AI take a look at recent projects and news

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    Crawling to the top?


    Compact, tracked lifts are still fighting to gain rental market share and knock the ‘niche’ perception out of the park. Lindsey Anderson reports on the North American industry and its acceptance of these units

  • Neff expects further growth in rental equipment revenues during 2015.

    Rent vs. own


    Steve Micahels, vice president of fleet operations at Neff Rental, weighs in on whether it’s smarter to rent or own equipment with Tier 4 engines.

  • It has been two years since JLG started selling and dealing the Hinowa brand, pictured here.

    Crawler-mounted aerials are still trying to gain traction in North America


    Crawler-mounted aerials are still trying to gain traction in North America