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    BilJax launches new website


    The Haulotte Group has added a number of features to its new website. Most noticeable is the overall change of design, offering visitors a "clean and easy site to browse," the company said.

  • Chuck Hutchinson, left, with BilJax's new vice president of sales Brian Burket, following his retire

    Burket takes BilJax VP role


    Brian Burket has taken the role of vice president of sales at BilJax, Haulotte Group’s scaffold and staging producer in North America, following the retirement of Chuck Hutchinson

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    Haulotte Group streamlines production at Ohio plant


    Haulotte Group has reorganized and streamlined its manufacturing process at its Archbold, OH plant in order to prepare for a planned increase in aerial work platform production. The plant, which also manufactures BilJax scaffold and staging, has improved its raw material storage, machining, welding, fabrication, assembling, paint, test and warehousing ...

  • Pictured from left to right: Jason Hanna, operations manager All Canada Crane and Aerials; Bob Hanna

    ALL Canada Crane and Aerials named Haulotte service dealer


    Haulotte Group has added All Canada Crane and Aerials to its Canadian market of service dealers.

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    Spiderman: Chris Taylor of CAT Access has a zeal for spider platforms.


    Chris Taylor infuses his company, CAT Access, with zeal for spider platforms and opening up new areas for their application. Maria Hadlow reports.

  • The demonstration area at the Haulotte/BilJax open day.

    First US-made Haulotte scissor shown at open day


    At a Haulotte/BilJax US-customer open house held at the manufacturing facility in Archbold, Ohio, customers were introduced to the new Optimum 1930 E scissor line, which is the first Haulotte AWP product to be manufactured in the US and to the new AS 2100 aluminium staging system. During the day ...

  • UpRight's TL37 trailer-mounted articulated boom was originally branded under the Aerial Access K13.

    T time: is the time right for trailer-mounted aerials?


    Available for considerably less cost than self-propelled aerial platforms, manufacturers say their trailer-mounted aerials provide a great bang for the buck. John Wyatt reports.

  • The Apex PT10 from BilJax was revealed at The Rental Show, Las Vegas.

    PT10 for the Americas


    As well as the new range of X-booms, Bil-Jax was showing the PT10 work platform for the first time at the ARA Rental Show (12 - 14 February). Bil-Jax has acquired the license to manufacture the PT10 in the US from the UK company CTE UK - where it is ...