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  • Serkan Acar, general manager of Acarlar Makine in Turkey.

    Turkey's Acarlar plans big boost to rental fleet


    Turkish access rental and sales company Acarlar Makine is planning to increase its aerial platform fleet from 200 to 350 units by the end of this year.

  • JLG Industries, Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company, and Hinowa, S.p.A. have announced an agreement

    JLG to supply Hinowa crawler units worldwide


    Four new specialty atrium models will be available from JLG with working heights from 45 feet to 75 feet.

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    GIS shows promise


    After a slow start on Thursday 9 September, the GIS lifting and specialised transport show held in Piacenza, Italy enjoyed a steady flow of visitors and excellent attendance at the connected conferences.

  • Ultima Cleaning uses a Hinowa Lightlift in the upkeep of the Welsh Assembly building.

    Lightlift keeps Welsh Assembly building in order


    The purchase of a Hinowa Lightlift 23.12 tracked spider platform has helped Welsh cleaning company, Ultima Cleaning win the contract to supply specialist cleaning to the new Welsh Assembly Government building in Mid Wales.

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    Dust suppression solution usng a Hinowa micro carrier


    Hinowa has introduced a crawler mounted dust suppression

  • Hinowa's lithium-ion battery powered Goldlift 14.70, launched at the SAIE show.

    Hinowa launches first Lithium-Ion battery powered aerial platform


    Hinowa has launched the first ever lithium-ion battery powered aerial lift. The tracked Goldlift 14.70 was introduced on the first day of the SAIE exhibition in Bologna, Italy.

  • Easy Lift

    New Italian show has lots to offer


    The new Italian lifting exhibition, GIS (Giornate Italiane del Sollevamento) was held for the first time on 11, 12 and 13 June at Piacenzo Expo. Visitors found plenty to interest them from compact truck mounts and crawler cranes on show for the first time to two of the largest truck ...

  • Niftylift's stand at this year's SED show in the UK.

    Access platforms in short supply at SED


    Access exhibitors were in short supply at SED this year as the recession hit the exhibition hard. The number of exhibitors overall was down over a half to around 210 and access suppliers almost entirely deserted the show, with Skyking, Niftylift, Hinowa and mast climbing/hoist supplier and rental company BFT ...

  • Italian manufacturer Hinowa has launched its first truck mount, the Orchid Lift 21.11 at Intermat. S

    Hinowa's first truck-mount flowers at Intermat


    Italian manufacturer Hinowa has launched its first truck mount, the Orchid Lift 21.11 at Intermat. Susanne Landstorfer, from Hinowa's marketing and export department told Access International that the Orchid Lift had already generated interest from Hinowa's existing aerial platform customers as well as new customers familiar with truck mounted platforms.

  • Penny Hinowa HS400/V12 mini crawler crane

    New Penny Hinowa mini crawler crane


    The HS400/V12 is a new mini crawler crane developed jointly by Hinowa and Penny Hydraulics in the UK

  • Access Platform Sales has taken delivery of its first Hinowa LightLift 23.12

    Hinowa's Light-Lift 23.12 now available from Access Platform Sales


    Access Platform Sales Ltd, the UK distributor for Hinowa's tracked access platforms, has taken delivery of its first Hinowa Light Lift 23.12 tracked access platform.

  • Hinowa's LightLift 2312 offers automatic self levelling as an option.

    New products at Platformers Days


    Spider specialist Hinowa launched its 23.2 m maximum working height spider, the LightLift23.12. The 3000 kg machine is the Italian company's tallest ever and offers 11.4 m of maximum outreach.

  • Hinowa's LightLift 23.12 model has 23.2 m of maximum working height and 11.4 m of maximum outreach

    Hinowa shows 23 m spider prototype at Platformers' Days


    Spider specialist Hinowa has launched a 23.2 m maximum working height spider, the LightLift 23.12. The 3000 kg machine is the Italian company's tallest ever, and it offers 11.4 m of maximum outreach as well.

  • (L to R) Hinowa’s marketing manager Davide Fracca hands over the company’s latest machine, a 23 m hi

    New 23 m spider platform from Hinowa


    Italian manufacturer Hinowa used last week's CTT Show in Moscow (June 17 - 21) to launch a new 23 m high spider platform, the LightLift23.12 to Eastern Europe.