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Niftylift debuts deck-mounted AWP to US market
Niftylift's Deck Rider 45 was on display for the first time to the US market at ConExpo in March.
Low-level keeps advancing: Maria Hadlow reports on some of the latest developments.
The offerings in the low-level access market is growing all the time. Maria Hadlow reports on some of the latest developments.
MLE gets to Carnegie Hall
World renowned music venue, the Carnegie Hall in New York contacted MLE for a lightweight access platform to allow maintenance and show preparation to be carried out in the auditorium.
MLE introduces new explosion-proof lift
The engineers at Man & Material Lift Engineering (MLE) have done it again. Expanding upon their hazardous environment boom line, the company has released its AE60JEX explosion-proof lift. The boom was originally used in an aircraft painting facility until the safety manager realized it was not safe for hazardous environments, MLE said. "We were contacted with a request to upgrade the existing machine to Class 1 Division 1 ‘EX' rating," the company said.
Australia's first Tadano cranes with 2.5 t capacity work platforms
Australia's first two Tadano Hydraulic Truck Cranes featuring the new 2.5 tonne capacity extendable work platforms have arrived at Hanchard Crane Hire.
MLE introduces US-built spider lift
Wisconsin-based manufacturer designs and produces green up-and-over lift for atrium applications
New 23 m spider platform from Hinowa
Italian manufacturer Hinowa used last week's CTT Show in Moscow (June 17 - 21) to launch a new 23 m high spider platform, the LightLift23.12 to Eastern Europe.
Merlo dealers trial new aerials
Merlo is producing 30 ‘pre–series’ versions of its MPR aerial platforms for distribution to a number of its European dealers by the end of the year.
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