All Exhibitions Articles

Tadano at Bauma China
At this year's Bauma China exhibition, Tadano Ltd will exhibit jointly with B.Q. Tadano (Beijing) Crane Co., Ltd for the first time
Record visitor numbers at APEX show
The sixth APEX exhibition, held in Maastricht on 17 - 19 September, was a big success with a record number of visitors. More than 5300 industry professionals from 44 different countries attended the show, which is 25% higher than the figures for the previous event in 2005.
UpRight's 26 m diesel scissor leads out five new products at APEX
Among the new products at APEX is the first in UpRight's new diesel scissor lift, the X80ND, the largest scissor lift the company has every produced.
JLG launches Toucan 10E mast boom lift at APEX
Among the many product launches and updates at APEX is a never-before seen, electrically powered, mast style boom lift from JLG. The Toucan 10E provides a 10m working height and is designed to help users increase their productivity and make maintenance easy.
JLG's new mast boom among the launches at APEX
The sixth APEX aerial platform exhibition opens in just one week in Maastricht, The Netherlands. It takes place from Wednesday 17th to Friday 19th September - and will be the largest APEX show ever, with over 115 companies exhibiting.
Nagano tracked platforms new to Europe
Nagano Hoogwerkers, the Netherlands and Belgian agent for Japanese manufacturer, Nagano, will be showing two aerial platform models which have not previously been seen in Europe. The na180ja is a tracked articulated boom with 18 m maximum platform height and the na90za is best described as a tracked sigma boom with 9.3m maximum platform height.
Innovative truck mounts from CTE Bizzocchi
Italian truck mount specialist, Bizzocchi, owned by CTE, will show two new products: the Z21 articulated telescopic platform, mounted on a Nissan chassis and the KJ-A 510 telescopic boom installed on a three axis chassis with 26t total weight.
APEX: two weeks to go
The sixth APEX aerial platform exhibition opens in two weeks time in Maastricht, The Netherlands - taking place on Wednesday 17th to Friday 19th September - and will be the largest show APEX ever, with over 115 companies exhibiting.
APEX: just two weeks to go
The sixth APEX aerial platform exhibition opens in two weeks time in Maastricht, The Netherlands – taking place on Wednesday 17th to Friday 19th September - and will be the largest show APEX ever, with over 115 companies exhibiting.
Free buses from Brussels International Airport
Free transfer buses between MECC Maastricht and Brussels International Airport, Belgium, will be run by the organisers. Depending on traffic, the journey takes around 90 minutes.
APEX: hotels, opening times, venue details
Practical details on attending the APEX exhibition, including hotel booking, opening hours, conference times, etc.
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.
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