All Klimer articles

  • 127725 alh ca logo 2017
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    ALH Awards shortlist announced

    2017-09-05T17:46:00Z

    The shortlist for the 2017 ALH Awards has been revealed following the judges meeting on Sept. 5. 

  • Jay gordon
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    Steadily ‘klimbing’

    2017-08-09T20:59:00Z

    Founded more than two decades ago, Klimer Platforms has gradually added to its product offerings while slowly expanding its footprint across Canada and the U.S. Lindsey Anderson spoke with founder Jay Gordon about his vision, the coming year and more.

  • Fraco SEH Series
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    Vertical endeavors

    2015-03-16T20:32:00Z

    Mast-climbing equipment continues to gain traction within the industry. ALH and AI take a look at recent projects and news

  • The Klimer project at the Canadian Centre for Human Rights project
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    Kevin O’Shea explains why the international mast climbing sector is on an upward curve

    2013-03-19T11:53:00Z

    Kevin O’Shea, director of safety and training at Mastclimbers LLC in Atlanta, US, explains why the international mast climbing sector is on an upward curve

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    Klimer Platforms acquires Valco Scaffold

    2011-12-05T18:37:00Z

    Klimer Platforms Inc. of Ontario announced it acquired Valco Scaffold of Ohio in mid-2011. Valco had previously been a distributor for Klimer's mast climbing work platforms. Valco now operates under the name of Klimer Platforms, Inc. with its Ohio and North Carolina locations operating at full capacity. Key management and ...

  • A double-decker platform provides a work area for a spray plaster application at the Palisade Palms
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    Development by degrees: Klimer president Jay Gordon talks to AI

    2010-04-27T16:52:00Z

    Klimer president Jay Gordon talks to Euan Youdale about some of the projects that have influenced its new designs

  • Mr Wang Hua Long, GJJ president (left) with Mr Liu Yue Jin, the company's general manager and chief
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    Two worlds

    2008-03-19T11:37:00Z

    China's GJJ and The Netherland's Raxtar are quite different companies, but both are hoping to make a bigger impression in the world's hoist markets. Murray Pollok spoke to the companies at the recent Bauma exhibition. Plus, new hoist and mast climbers from Bauma and applications reports from around the world.