Access, Lift & Handlers - October 2020

12 October 2020

Included in this issue:

    AMS-Merlo is planning for a successful 2021. Lindsey Anderson speaks with owner Garth McGillewie about the current market and coming year.
    Following a slight decline in 2019, this year’s AERIALS20 is in the black again – just barely – despite market concerns. Lindsey Anderson reports on North America’saccess rental companies.
    Articulating booms now feature load and tilt sensing, but most manufacturers are noting a bigger trend in this market: electrification. Lindsey Anderson reports
    The Home Depot hopes to take its rental busines to the next level. Murray Pollok speaks with Tony English, senior merchant for rental at the DIY giant, about its plans.
    The construction industry is beginning to adapt e-commerce practices,and companies should prepare for a major digital push in the coming years.Ben Preston reports.
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