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Verticon switches to Sunshine/Baoda hoists
Australian tower crane and construction hoist rental company Verticon is to add 90 Chinese-built Baoda hoists to its fleet over the next three years. The company will source the units from Baoda’s US importer, Memphis-based Sunshine Enterprise, Inc.
Jewson Tool Hire orders 340 JCB compact machines
Jewson Tool Hire, the rental division of one the UK’s biggest builder’s merchant, Jewson, has ordered 340 JCB mini excavators and tracked dumpers as part of an updating of its fleet.
Romania access renter expands into general equipment
Romanian access rental company Industrial Access is expanding its product offering beyond aerials to include gensets, compressors, pumps, lighting towers and welding sets. The investment in the new products comes nine months after private equity firm Balkan Accession Fund acquired 90% of the company from founder and chief executive officer Stefan Ponea.
India's Gemini invests in powered access
Indian rental company Gemini Equipment Rentals PVT Ltd has made its first investment in self-propelled aerial platforms, ordering 25 MEC scissor lifts and considering placing further orders for booms and Spider type machines.
Malaysian renter Aegis buys Atlas Copco compressors
One of South East Asia’s largest industrial equipment rental companies, Aegis Venture (M) Sdn Bhd in Malaysia, is investing heavily in new air compressors from Atlas Copco.
GAP Group buys 100th 8t Kubota
The UK’s GAP Group has bought its 100th Kubota KX080-3 mini excavator, taking its total Kubota fleet up to more than 2400 units.
Zoomlion exports 600 tonne crawler
Chinese manufacturer Zoomlion has sold a 600 tonne capacity QUY600 lattice boom crawler crane to a customer in India.
AFI-Uplift orders 10 big booms from UpRight
UK aerial work platform rental company, AFI-Uplift has ordered 10 UpRight SB85J telescopic boom lifts to join a fleet of over 4300 aerial work platforms available form 17 depots.
Niftylift makes inroads into Eastern Europe.
UK Manufacturer Niftylift has recently acquired full product certification and permission to use status, for its entire range of machines in Russia. In addition the company has begun supplying its range of self propelled platforms to a Hungarian rental company.
Lewis invests in GJJ
Lewis Equipment, the Grand Prairie, Texas-based hoist and tower crane specialist, now has 250 GJJ hoists in its US fleet and is expanding its links with the Chinese manufacturer through sales in New Zealand and Australia.
Gulf Lifting to distribute Hydro Mobile in UAE
Gulf Lifting Rental Co LLC has signed an agreement with Canadian mast climbing manufacturer, Hydro Mobile, to distribute its equipment in the United Arab Emirates.
Mammoet spends US$90 million
Netherlands-based Mammoet has placed a record order for new cranes with Manitowoc.
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