Access International - June-July 2018

28 June 2018

Included in this issue:

    Riwal may be celebrating its 50th birthday this year but it’s no surprise its CEO is most interested in its future. Murray Pollok spoke with Norty Turner to get all the details.
    Self-propelled booms are the workhorses of the access sector. Th ey also defi ne the future of the industry and the direction it will head in. Euan Youdale reports.
    Find out how the world’s largest access equipment manufacturers have fared, revenue wise, over the 12 months since the last edition of the listing in 2017.
    Electric and hybrid was the hot topic at Intermat in terms of new equipment and how it will determine the shape of access industry. AI discovered the latest technologies on show.
    The latest news and initiatives from the International Powered Access Federation.
    Focusing on two main markets, Europe and North America, hoist sales are on the up generally thanks to the end of the fi nancial crisis and some regulation. And Brogan Group uses its Colossus Hoist and Common Tower in London.
    Don Kenny, the CEO of Loxam’s access division, exclusively shares his views with Euan Youdale on the welldocumented buyouts of Lavendon, Hune and Nacanco, among others and the future of these brands.
    Dana has been developing its technologies through a hybrid converted telescopic boom lift, plus we discover the latest secondary guarding systems for scissors that have been making their way on to the market
    The access sector was in fi ne form at the UK’s Vertikal Days, with a number of industry developments at the two-day show.
    AI’s regular round-up of project stories covering a range of applications from around the world.
Please login to download the latest issue!

Get FREE unlimited digital access on any device.

Latest News
Vinci wins €500m German road contract
Construction and concessions firm will deliver Germany’s first ever PPP-built federal road
Global construction industry to grow by 5.7% in 2021
Report predicts construction to see good growth in 2021, although issues such as lack of materials remains a concern
Wirtgen celebrates turning 60
Road building specialist looks back over more than half a century of construction equipment manufacturing