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Access International May-June 2019 2

  • NEWS
    Riwal acquires in Sweden, Mateco acquires Afron, Turner pushes service at United, Bauma breaks records, Genie India celebrates 15 years, Ahern opens up in Spain.
  • APEX ASIA
    APEX Asia takes place later this year and has already established itself as a must-attend show.
  • INTERVIEW: TEREX AWP
    There are changes at Genie following parent company Terex’s recent sale of its crane products - all of them complementary, company president Matt Fearon tells Euan Youdale.
  • HYBRID/ELECTRIC
    Anyone who visited Bauma in April will have noted that electric and hybrid-powered equipment was the talk of the showground. Th is was echoed in many of the newly-launched products.
  • ACCESSM20
    AI’s annual listing of the world’s largest access equipment manufacturers, shown by revenue, includes some outstanding figures this year. Find out how the industry is moving and shaking.
  • RENTAL MARKET REPORT
    IPAF’s global MEWP rental fleet has reached 1.5 million, but political and economic uncertainty clouds the horizon, writes IPAF’s Matt Brereton.
  • REVIEW: BAUMA
    There was plenty to talk about at Bauma, with manufacturers displaying their latest products and announcing new plans and partnerships.
  • NEWS
    The latest news and views from the always-active International Powered Access Federation.
  • HOISTS
    There was lots of hoist news at Bauma as products continue to get bigger for ever-larger projects, while providers of this equipment are taking a more logistical approach with common towers and other methods of multi-unit provision.
  • INTERVIEW: CRAMO
    As Cramo adapts to the changing face of rental, the company’s CEO and its senior vice president of group fleet management share with Thomas Allen, editor of sister magazine IRN, some of the new opportunities that are emerging in their field.
  • ACCESS IN ACTION
    Another round-up of interesting projects taking place across the world.