JLG innovation and partnership focus at APEX

JLG will focus on sustainability, community and innovation at APEX, taking place next week, and joins forces with Hinowa, which the company recently acquired


In addition, JLG will be demonstrating its Clearsky Smart Fleet solution on its APEX stand (220). The next-generation IoT platform provides two-way fleet management and machine interactivity, with new functionality, insights and ways to run cost-effective operations. Due to launch in early 2024, it will be standard on new machines.

“We are looking forward to showcasing our next-generation solutions at this year’s APEX,” says Barrie Lindsay, director of engineering for JLG. “We will be demonstrating how we are elevating access, in the support we can offer to rental companies and contractors in the transition towards zero emissions, and by enhancing safety, performance and efficiency in their operations.

Thanks to JLG’s acquisition of spider lift manufacturer Hinowa earlier this year, visitors will be able to see additional JLG products on the Hinowa stand (1020), including the next evolution of the EC450 and EC520 electric booms, Pecolift and Nano 35 electric mast lifts.

APEX takes place on 6-8 June in Maastricht, the Netherlands. Be sure to register ahead of the event and save paying an entrance fee. 

On the subject of JLG’s stand theme, Mirco Negri, product management manager for JLG EMEAI, added, “As the thought leaders in our industry, JLG has set the benchmark globally for many years, and connecting with our customers and identifying opportunities to create value remains core to our product development purpose.” 

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