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 ...
The North American telehandler market saw a double-digit increase in fleet size compared to last year
Pick-up mounts are an increasingly common addition to manufacturers’ ranges, while van mounts are offering greater flexibility
The need to collect and decipher machine data quickly and effectively is becoming a vital part of our industry. AI reports
Gemini Power Hydraulics is helping to change the way India uses working at height equipment. Euan Youdale spoke to company director Aahan Sethi
With the Powered Access Rental Market Report for 2018 set to be published soon, Matt Brereton, communications manager at IPAF, which commissions the report, gives an overview of its latest key findings.
With a healthy market propelling sales and ANSI/CSA Standards requiring updated or new equipment, the telescopic boom industry is, well, booming.
The company has appointed Mathieu Desaulniers for French-speaking support
Steve Vizanko has joined the company to oversee all aftermarket sales and service department activities
The new North American workshop event is set for Oct. 16-17 in Houston
Erik Bengtsson, Jonas Söderkvist and Dino Leistenschneider to take up new roles at rental company
Gehl is introducing four new and improved telehandlers for the North American market, the Gehl DL Gen:3 Series
IPAF’s Andrew Delahunt will highlight the value of accident investigations and statistics at IRC conference in China.
Job of chairman extends John Garrison’s list of responsibilities at Terex Corporation
The US and China are having a major effect on the scissor lift market, both for different reasons
The new ANSI and CSA standards for MEWPs are now closer to the European EN280. Brandon Tucker at JLG explains
There is an upbeat view of the access industry as participants in AI’s annual Confidence Survey give a thumps up for the next 12 months