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Access Lift & Handlers May-June 2019 1

  • NEWS
    Turner to lead services push at United Rentals; Franklin Equipment names COO; Specialty unit from Lift-A-Loft; Haulotte Americas names U.S. GM; MEC names training and risk director; Ron Jackson RIP; Gehl provides equipment to Grand Prix; JLG names first Crews Across America winner; Genie releases ANSI music video; IPAF offers “street smarts;” plus Financial Highlights, Events, By the Numbers and more.
  • INTERNATIONAL NEWS
    APEX Asia set to double in size; JCB lands multi-million deal; Loxam pledges €10m for Notre Dame; Riwal ups fleet investment; Zeppelin invests in 40 Genie hybrid booms; Shing Fung expands Easy Lift offerings; plus Highlights and more.
  • INTERVIEW: BRAD BOEHLER
    Lindsey Anderson sat down with the President of Skyjack to discuss the North American market as well as his recent appointment as IPAF President.
  • TELEHANDLER30
    The North American telehandler market is thriving. With double-digit growth on our annual listing, the rental industry’s versatile equipment shows no signs of slowing down.
  • VERTICAL MAST MACHINES
    Vertical mast machines are more than just stock pickers. The slim MEWPs come with a variety of power options and have platform heights that reach up to 20 feet. Due to increased industry acceptance, there has been a rise in the use of these machines, which typically fall under the low-level access umbrella. Lindsey Anderson reports on the latest.
  • BAUMA REVIEW
    The world’s largest construction exhibition was a smashing success. Manufacturers unveiled new products, technologies and programs. KHL staff report on Bauma.
  • ENGINES
    Engine manufacturers have been busy debuting new units this year. From hybrid solutions to turbo-charged options, there’s plenty of ground to cover. ALH rounds up the latest.