Some SAIE highlights

By Maria Hadlow01 November 2010

The new range of Socage platforms, which Mr Flisi characterises as compact with increased safety and

The new range of Socage platforms, which Mr Flisi characterises as compact with increased safety and working load.

The Italian exhibition always brings interesting developments and innovations out of the woodwork. This year was no different with practically every manufacturer of access equipment having something to launch or interesting news. You can read a fuller account of the show in the next addition of Access International, and more detailed information on the website soon. Until then, here are some of the highlights from the show.

The access equipment manufacturers agreed last year than from now on they would attend every other year and the general consensus was that that agreement would be adhered to. So next year no access, coming back in 2012.

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