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New 3.5t van mounts from GSR
GSR Spa uses APEX to launch a new range of 3.5 t GVW telescopic van mounted platforms, with the E140TJV fitted to a Ford Transit van making its debut in Maastricht.
Surprises from UpRight and Skyjack
Two of the bigger names in the aerial platform business, UpRight and Skyjack, are promising some interesting new machines at APEX, although are still keeping quiet about what exactly they will be.
21m Octopussy from Oil & Steel
Oil & Steel, one of many Italian manufacturers at APEX, will show its new Octopussy 2190, the latest tracked machine in its range.
Ruthmann to show new T275 at APEX show
Germany’s Ruthmann will use the APEX exhibition in September for the official debut of its new STEIGER T 275, an extended version of the T 270 model, which has been on sale since 2003.
New Zoomlion luffer
The first luffing jib tower crane from Chinese manufacturer Zoomlion has been put to work on the Expo 2010 project in Shanghai
New Goldhofer semi-trailer exceeds 100 tonnes
Specialized transport equipment manufacturer Goldhofer will launch its ten-axle STZ-H10 beam-axle semi-trailer in September.
IPAF to draft exhibition code of practice after scissor falls at UK show
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) has been asked by aerial platform manufacturers to produce a code of practice for all those involved in exhibitions after an electric scissor was blown over by the wind on the first day of the Vertikal Days show in the UK.
Kaplan says learn from US rental slowdown
European rental companies should learn from the current slowdown in the US rental market and prepare by diversifying their fleets and customer base, said US rental consultant Dan Kaplan at the ERA’s annual convention.
Roman summer
The EDA’s Summer 2008 conference in Rome in May brought a record attendance and a record number of sponsors. D&Ri reports
IRE show attracts quality visitors
The first ever International Rental Exhibition (IRE), held in Amsterdam between June 3 and 5, was a great success according to many exhibitors with around 1500 "high quality" visitors attending the first show.
IRE - A quality event
The first ever International Rental Exhibition (IRE), held in Amsterdam between June 3 and 5, was a great success according to many exhibitors. The general consensus of opinion was that the quality of visitors was very high. In total more than 1500 of the industry's top professionals from all over the world attended the inaugural show.
ERA Awards success
Last night’s inaugural European Rental Awards, taking place alongside the first International Rental Exhibition in the RAI Centre, Amsterdam, saw Cramo and KDM Hire carry off the two most prestigious awards of the evening.
International Rental Exhibition preview video
James King, managing director of KHL Group, introduces the exciting IRE show preview newsletter.
IRE show: travel and hotel advice
We provide some practical advice for your trip to the International Rental Exhibition (IRE), taking place in Amsterdam on 3-5 June.
Dozens of new products at IRE
Visitors to the International Rental Exhibition (IRE) - taking place at the Amsterdam RAI exhibition centre on 3-5 June – will see dozens of new products targeted at rental companies. Here is a selection from almost 50 of the 140 exhibitors at the show.
SMOPyC Preview: Spanish showcase
Chris Sleight previews the Smopyc exhibition, which runs from 22 to 26 April.
Spanish climbs
The crane industry descends on Spain in April for the 14th SMOPyC construction equipment exhibition. IC reports
Exhibitors at SMOPyC 2008
Listed below is a selection of the lifting and specialized transport-related exhibitors
Essex spends $20 million at Manitowoc
US crane rental house Essex Crane Rental Corp has ordered several Manitowoc Model 16000 and 14000 lattice boom crawler cranes. The $20 million deal was announced at Manitowoc's ConExpo booth 13 March. Deliveries start later this year and will continue into 2009.
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