28 February 2008

Esa Peltola, managing director of Bronto Skylift, with John Ball, Easi-Uplifts managing director. Mr Peltola, one of the speakers at the conference, said truck mounted platforms would increasingly be designed as versatile work tools, with attachments designed for specific jobs such as window cleaning, sand blasting, welding and fitting; “We can't make the platforms fly”, he said,“but there are a lot of other things we can do if we are given good incentives.”

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