Access, Lift & Handlers Business & Finance News
The NY-based equipment rental company will close its 10 facilities as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19
In its closing statement ConExpo organizer said the 2020 show was a success
Acquisition would create ‘global leader’ in mobile and industrial hydraulics
It is the highest award given out by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC)
United Rentals, the American Rental Association, IPAF and Rouse Services - plus many more - are set to present
Peer Executive Groups (PEG) has named the winners of its 2019 Top Gun Awards.
The electric scissor lift market is undergoing huge changes as OEMs prepare for the upcoming ANSI A92.2 standards to go into effect. ALH reports
Stephen Cook, senior manager, used equipment, United Rentals, discusses four important aspects to consider when purchasing used aerials and telehandlers
The high-capacity telehandler market continues its forward march as users unlock the full potential of these machines. Lindsey Anderson reports
Niftylift has been at the forefront of safety and innovation since its inception in 1985. Lindsey Anderson visited the company’s South Carolina facility recently to learn what’s in store for the coming years.
Engine manufacturers have been busy debuting new units this year. From hybrid solutions to turbo-charged options, there’s plenty of ground to cover. ALH rounds up the latest.
Lindsey Anderson sat down with the President of Skyjack during Bauma to discuss the North American market as well as his recent appointment as IPAF President
A number of super-small compact telehandlers have been debuted over the last 24 months. Lindsey Anderson rounds-up the latest.
Launched just a few months ago, Equiprent.com aims to streamline online buying and selling of parts and equipment. Lindsey Anderson spoke with co-founders Luke Powers and Ben Preston about the business and their plans for 2019.
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