When in doubt enjoy yourself: top ten access stories 2008

By Maria Hadlow06 January 2009

Even when faced with an uncertain future the access community knows how to have a good time.

Even when faced with an uncertain future the access community knows how to have a good time.

The ten most read stories posted on the Access section of KHL's website shows the range of material that you found of interest. The need to get a handle on what will happen in the coming year was highlighted by the three most popular stories being forecasts and predictions from Darren Kell of Tanfield, Roger Brown of Terex AWP and from JLG.

After that your interest was widespread: new products; new appointments; company reorganisations; safety and technology reviews.

Particularly inspiring is, that despite all the doom and gloom, the access community is still ready to enjoy themselves. Coming in at number ten of the most read access web stories 2008 was a piece about the spectacular Neercanne event held on the first evening of the APEX exhibition - party on!

1. Tanfield forecasts 50% market decline in 2009

2. Genie's Roger Brown on AWP slowdown

3. JLG maintains sales but forecasts decline

4. Terex appoints new marketing team members

5. Aichi shows prototype scissors and boom

6. The masts of success: Alimak Hek on the rise

7. Lavendon launches Nationwide Platforms

8. Versatile telehandlers designed for rental

9. Only dummies don't wear harnesses on booms

10. APEX Chateau Neercanne party on Wednesday 17 September

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