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The solution is designed specifically for Genie booms and telehandlers equipped with Tier 4F Deutz diesel engines
The company will equip all of its Falcon and Bluelift models with the optional safety feature
North America’s largest construction exhibition, ConExpo, is coming up fast. AI provides an overview of what to expect.
Belfast, Northern Ireland-based Highway Plant has opted for Haulotte Star 10 mast booms as the latest additions to its fleet
Absolute E-Z Up (AEUP) has introduced the Transport Dolly, a trailer designed to be towed by the ISP-11 stock picker mast lift from Bravi
AFI is expanding its in-house transport fleet with three new heavy duty low loader trailers and four rigid 26 tonne vehicles
Association SAEMA has published three guidance documents for users of suspended access
Façade maintenance firm purchases four new Multitel platforms from Access Industries
TCA Lift has delivered two Falcon Spider FS290 lifts to the King Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco.
China-based manufacturer's six-mast GTWZ12-6012 lift has a platform height of 12 m and 400 kg load capacity
Manufacturer appoints Mick Evans as its UK general manager and strengthens sales and service teams
Skyjack has received an order for 40 vertical masts from Force Australia. Their first job will be on the construction of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH).
Skyjack is helping Bonhams, the famous auctioneer, keep its flagship salesroom in London, UK, running with a pair of SJ 16 vertical masts.
Danish manufacturer works with Volkswagen and AL-KO on upgraded chassis.
Rental companies Riwal and HWS have finalised a deal in which Riwal will supply HWS with JLG aerial work platforms
American Architectural Restoration has been working with access equipment provider Spider on the façade restoration of the 427-ft tall Marbella tower in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Chinese manufacturer upgrades popular articulating boom models to make them easier to operate
Italian manufacturer has named Arlift as its new distributor for Russia and CIS countries.
Like many sectors, vertical masts are waiting in the wings to move into emerging markets. In mature markets there is a debate over the need for taller, higher capacity machines. Euan Youdale reports