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Aichi's new tracked booms now available
Aichi has begun to roll out the production models of the machines it first showed as prototypes at the APEX exhibition in September last year.
Long outreach on Omme's new spider
The new spider platform from Danish manufacturer, Omme Lift has been designed with a 15.5m outreach which is greater than that of any of the company's other spider models.
Electrically insulated spider avoids shocks
Driven by the "numerous suggestions and requests" it received - especially at the TCIA (Tree Care Industry Association) Show in Milwaukee, MLE (Man & Material Lift Engineering) has developed the A70TD-46kV.
Aldercote's crawler boom tackles rough terrain
UK manufacturer, Aldercote, has taken a 15m trailer boom set and adapted it for a Marooka 600 crawler base. The sub-frame and stabilisers were also designed by Aldercote and the machine has been CE marked.
Hinowa's Light-Lift 23.12 now available from Access Platform Sales
Access Platform Sales Ltd, the UK distributor for Hinowa's tracked access platforms, has taken delivery of its first Hinowa Light Lift 23.12 tracked access platform.
Nagano tracked platforms new to Europe
Nagano Hoogwerkers, the Netherlands and Belgian agent for Japanese manufacturer, Nagano, will be showing two aerial platform models which have not previously been seen in Europe. The na180ja is a tracked articulated boom with 18 m maximum platform height and the na90za is best described as a tracked sigma boom with 9.3m maximum platform height.
Hinowa shows 23 m spider prototype at Platformers' Days
Spider specialist Hinowa has launched a 23.2 m maximum working height spider, the LightLift 23.12. The 3000 kg machine is the Italian company's tallest ever, and it offers 11.4 m of maximum outreach as well.
Toyota is new Aichi US distributor
Using its extensive dealer network, Toyota is now the official US distributor of Aichi SV-Series scissor lifts, SP wheeled booms and IRS-Series crawler booms. Company plans for new models in 2009
Bluelift's new spider uses control designed for safety
Italian manufacturer Bluelift has worked with Austrian company TTControl on the design of the electronic control for its new 16 m working height spiderlift. The TTC 200 is designed to be particularly suitable for managing all safety critical functions.
Loegering offers tracked Genie lift
US undercarriage specialist Loegering is selling a modified, tracked version of Genie's S-60 and S-65 booms. The unit pictured here at ICUEE has been sold to Art's Rental, a rental company based in Newport, Kentucky with 11 branches in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana.
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