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  • The  A70TD-46kV. insulated spider platform from MLE.

    Phil Spiro to head up Man Lift


    Man Lift Manufacturing, which manufactures mobile hydraulic equipment for specialty markets and hazardous environments, has appointed Phil Sprio to the position of president and CEO (chief executive officer). He succeeds Jeff Bailey who founded the company in Milwaukee in 2000.

  • MLE's TL 60 has been designed to meet the needs of The National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.

    MLE's artistic AWP


    US manufacturer of specialist lifts MLE (Man Lift Engineering) has developed a the TL60, a vertical mast type machine for The National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.

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    Universal Mfg. Co. purchases MLE


    Specialty aerial platform manufacturer Man Material Lift Engineering LLC has been purchased by Universal Mfg. Co., a Nebraska-based re manufacturer or ReTech-branded automotive products

  • One of the jobs for the specialist equipment will be barrel inspection.

    Platform for spacecraft inspection


    US special aerial platform manufacturer, MLE (Man Lift Engineering) has been asked to develop a specialised lift for the inspection and preparation of spacecraft prior to launch. The lift needs to lift personnel and equipment to 19.8 m (65 ft) and have a 1.8 m (72 in) outreach with a ...

  • MLE's new TL65CR

    MLE creates custom lift for aerospace company


    Man Material Lift Engineering has developed a special lift for a top-secret company.

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    Jim Dawson becomes MLE's director of operations


    MLE (Man Material Lift Engineering) has promoted Jim Dawson to the position of director of operations. MLE said that Mr Dawson's advancement is part of MLE's ongoing plan for expansion and anticipated growth over the next five years. During his short time at MLE, Mr Dawson has already ...

  • MLE has also taken wraps off its new Omni-drive scissor lifts, which provide movement in all directi

    MLE debuts new boom and scissor lifts


    Omni-drive scissors now available as well as coal-mining boom lifts from MLE.

  • MLE's new equipment relocation cart, the MC4K.

    MLE develops equipment relocation cart


    The masterminds at Man and Material Lift Engineering have unveiled another new, innovative product.

  • Access platform hits the high notes.

    MLE gets to Carnegie Hall


    World renowned music venue, the Carnegie Hall in New York contacted MLE for a lightweight access platform to allow maintenance and show preparation to be carried out in the auditorium.

  • MLE has expanded its explosion-proof line with the introduction of its AE60JEX.

    MLE introduces new explosion-proof lift


    The engineers at Man Material Lift Engineering (MLE) have done it again. Expanding upon their hazardous environment boom line, the company has released its AE60JEX explosion-proof lift. The boom was originally used in an aircraft painting facility until the safety manager realized it was not safe for hazardous ...

  • The T100CR is a 30.5 m (100 ft) boom designed for a clean room environment.

    30 m boom for clean room


    The T100CR telescopic boom has been developed by US manufacturer MLE (Man Material Lift Engineering) for use in a clean room environment.

  • The  A70TD-46kV. insulated spider platform from MLE.

    Electrically insulated spider avoids shocks


    Driven by the "numerous suggestions and requests" it received - especially at the TCIA (Tree Care Industry Association) Show in Milwaukee, MLE (Man Material Lift Engineering) has developed the A70TD-46kV.

  • MLE's A65TD spider lift is US designed, built and serviced.

    MLE introduces US-built spider lift


    Wisconsin-based manufacturer designs and produces green up-and-over lift for atrium applications

  • A30JEX is an articulated boom for Class 1 Division hazardous environments

    Boom without the Bang


  • A JLG E300AJL at Chicago's O'Hare airport proving that boom lifts are sometimes the best option

    At the sharp end


    Maria Hadlow looks at how the access industry is responding to a growing industrial end user market.