The International Powered Access Federation’s (IPAF) North American Regional Council (NARC) will be hosting a new event – IPAF Innovate
Riwal’s Apple Store Rental App adds to the Android App launched aerlier this year.
Platformers’ Days 2018, in Germany, was the biggest yet with a record number of visitors
The company’s entire network in Australia and New Zealand is now certified to the AS/NZS 4801 standard.
There are thirteen awards to enter, including a new Digital Development Award. The event is in Dubai on 6 March, 2019.
Riwal CEO Pedro Torres will discuss a rental operating strategy that has customer experience at its heart.
The new self-propelled, telescopic track-mounted boom, with auto-leveling system, also features a jib
The Southeast Asian market for MEWPs is becoming one of the biggest talking points in the industry
Constructing the new Lexington Medical Center addition is no easy feat. Billed as the largest hospital expansion in South Carolina history, the state-of-the-art 10-story patient care tower in Columbia will add 545,000 square feet, 20 special care nursery beds, eight operating rooms, 71 inpatient beds and much more to its ...
Self propelled boom lifts define the future of the industry and the direction it will take
Loretta Foley, director of United Rentals’ United Academy, explains how technology is changing the way training is delivered.
Tony Groat, IPAF’s North America manager and a member of drafting committees for both the CSA and ANSI standards, looks at the impacts the new specific standards relating to training will have and how companies can get compliant.
Demand remains steady for RT scissors, but will upcoming standards regulations change the landscape? Lindsey Anderson reports.
In Riwal’s 50th anniversary year, Murray Pollok talks to company CEO Norty Turner about its digital plans and growth stratedy
The unique listing shows the access rental market is in a very healthy position
The new appointments aim to focus on customer uptime, increased urgency and improved processes