Access, Lift & Handlers - May-June 2020

26 May 2020

Included in this issue: 

    LGMG North America has been operating in the States for almost two years now. Lindsey Anderson spoke with its CEO, Craig Paylor, aboutthe company’s strategy, products and Covid-19.
    Following last year’s significant double-digit growth, the 2020 TELEHANDLER30 reflects a stabilized market bracing for the coming years. Lindsey Anderson reports exclusively.
    Engine manufacturers are widening their scope beyond how many ponies are under the hood. From telematics to rental services, the engine market has much to offer. ALH reports.
    Training safely in a Covid-19 world is possible, especially with the increase of virtual and online options. Plus, IPAF offers a number of virtual solutions for classroom learning.
    With a push to move away from ladder use, access equipment manufacturers are offering more low-level access products than ever before. ALH rounds-up the latest.
    The North American truck-mount market has been on a steady climb for more than two decades. But how will Covid-19 impact the industry? Lindsey Anderson reports.
    Kevin O’Shea, AGF Access Group’s director of safety and training, lays out the do’s and don’ts for mast climbing work platform trainers and trainees in a Covid-19 world.
    New remote learning options via ‘eTraining Centers;’ MEWP training continues in compliance with CDC requirements; IPAF presidential team and board members confirmed; IPAF welcomes new International Standard on MEWP controls; IPAF 2019: Strong year sees rising membership and growth.
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