Engine manufacturers are going beyond production to help rental companies keep on top of maintenance
The US and China are having a major effect on the scissor lift market, both for different reasons
With more data than ever before circling around machines and rental contracts, software applications have never been more important. IRN scans the market
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
AI takes a look at the African market for access and the opportunities this huge land mass is offering.
AFI acquired Kimberly Access earlier this year, making it the biggest specialist access equipment rental company in the UK. Shareholder and recently inaugurated IPAF president Nick Selley talks to AI about the company’s plans globally and his view of consolidation in the access market
Following a successful three days at the International Rental Exhibition (IRE), Joe Malone reviews the Amsterdam show.
A new online marketplace, where renters can actively manage the contract throughout, has surfaced in France. Joe Malone caught up with its managing director, Sophie Hulin, about its beginning and its future.
Kevin Appleton reviews the UK market and the attractiveness for investors upon entering.
ICUEE 2017 has surpassed its previous exhibitor size record, jumping up three acres this year to 28 for the event in Kentucky, USA, during October.
China’s largest aerial platform manufacturers will line-up alongside the access market’s big international players at APEX Asia, the first dedicated aerial platform exhibition to be held in Shanghai, China.
The International Construction and Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) is going to be bigger than ever. ALH previews the event.
With the latest Powered Access Rental Market Report now out, the global picture for the MEWP rental market is good, with the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific in many cases exceeding expectations. Matt Brereton, communications manager at IPAF, provides an exclusive insight into its key findings.
Designed to meet the market need for EU Stage V, Kubota launches 90 Series at Intermat
75% of investment to go towards fleet expansion, and 25% on fleet renewal
The owners of Denmark-based Omme Lift announe their gradual retirement and a new managing director is named
First-quarter revenues increase 27.8% year-on-year to US$1.73 billion for US rental company
Andreas Klauser has been named CEO of Palfinger. He takes over from Herbert Ortner, who stepped down in December
Palazzani has appointed a new dealer for its tracked platforms in Quebec, Canada. SOSLocation is based in Montreal
Steel producers in India are utilising aerial work platforms in a big way as they discover their numerous benefits for regular plant maintenance. Partha Pratim Basistha reports.
The third Access, Lift & Handlers Conference & Awards features top-notch speakers and topics, plus an evening awards gala dinner that’s set to shine. Lindsey Anderson reports.
Rotating telehandlers have made their way into fleets across North America. But are they catching on? Lindsey Anderson reports on the benefits and market.
Proper maintenance keeps machines up and running, and can often add extra hours to a unit’s life. Andrew Bean, senior director of engineering, JLG Industries, Inc., discusses why accurate maintenance is a must.
Winners will be announced on 23 May at the awards dinner in Vienna during the ERA’s annual convention.
Niftylift, Hematec Arbeitsbuhnen, Shanghai Horizon and Dan Kaplan among the winners.
Pierre Boels joins a distinguished speaker line-up including senior figures from Caterpillar and Byrne Equipment Rental.