Access Exhibitors

02 April 2008

Access S-597 International

Access International will exhibit with its publisher, KHL Group, on stand 301 in Hall B3.

Alimak Hek G-336

The Swedish company is launching into the US its L-350 (light) and M-450 (medium) lines of modular mast climbing work platforms and hoists first seen at Bauma last year. The modules from these lines can be configured in combinations and mast orientations to provide up to 8800 lb of hoist capacity and 11000 lb of work platform capacity. See also the Scando 650 FC-S, which offer payloads up to 7000 lbs and speeds up to 340 ft/min.

American Lift & Handlers (ALH) S-597

Pick up copies of AI's sister magazine in North America, American Lift & Handlers (ALH).

Bil-Jax S-8417

Bil-Jax is debuting its self-propelled X-Booms. The 43 ft working height, telescopic boomed 36XT offers 32 ft of maximum outreach, and the 45XA is an articulating boom with a 51 ft working height and 27 ft of outreach.

Both have four-wheel drive capability and hydraulic outriggers for set-up in less than 30 seconds.

Braviisol B-960

For the first time at ConExpo, this Italian company will show its 400 lb capacity, self-propelled, mini vertical mast platform, the Leonardo.


Chinese hoist manufacturer: See entry for SBU Hoists.

Camac G-192

Spanish company Camac is launching the 4400 lb payload ECP-1000 and the 13200 lb payload ECP- 3000 into North America.

Custom Equipment B-955

Custom Equipment will show from its range of Hy-Brid scissor lifts.

Faresin Handlers RP-34005

Italy's Faresin Handlers is showing the 9900 lb lift capacity Storm 18.45 and 15.45 telehandlers, which have maximum lifting heights of 18 and 15 m, respectively.

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