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The Helix Manipulator Fall Protection MH 35.120 joins another new vertical mast from Hematec
Custom Equipment has overhauled its Hy-Brid Lifts line by dividing it into three series and launching new products
Boels orders 50 more Leonardo HD’s from Bravi, as the manufacturer promises a new model for picking duties
The company will equip all of its Falcon and Bluelift models with the optional safety feature
The Genie slab scissor and vertical mast system activates when whiskers on the guardrails meet an obstruction
GMG is launching two new models in February, the 1530-ED micro scissor and VM26-J mast lift designed with compact envelope
ESPN’s Wide World of Sports employs state-of-the-art broadcasting equipment and a fleet of Genie lifts to get footage of sports events
The Turkish rental company signed the deal on July 28 for 21 electric scissors, seven rough-terrain scissors, three electric booms and more
A number of new units have come to market in the last year and people should expect even more changes in the coming months as ANSI standards will dictate updates. ALH reports
Low level access continues to push its cause internationally and demonstrates innovations that make life easier for the operator.
UK-based rental company Elavation has added Snorkel TM12 self propelled mast lifts to its fleet. Elavation said Snorkel's UK-based factory was a factor in choosing it
Boels Rental has placed a second order for 100 Leonardo HD platforms from Bravi, with the final delivery due in June.
France-based XL Industries is easing and reducing the formwork transfer times between upper levels of the Manhattan Loft Gardens building in London, UK, with its Formwork Hoist.
The company continued its 30 For 30 Partners campaign by donating a vertical mast lift for help at a Canadian aquatic center
This year the company will roll the 500,000th machine off its line
Avesco Rent, based in Switzerland, has bought 40 Leonardo HD vertical masts, bringing its fleet up to 66 units of the machine
Mantall is presenting a range of aerial work platforms at Bauma China. New on the stand is the IPM100J electric vertical mast list
First 20 machines destined for dealers in western Europe and Australia.
Geda has supplied 12 hoists to the construction site of the world’s biggest hospital project, the Stockholm University Hospital Nya Karolinska.
The influence of low level access has yet to be felt on a truly global scale, yet it is one of the fastest moving access product sectors. It is only a matter of time before safety standards bring these products to the fore Internationally. AI reports