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XL boosts formwork transfer
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.
Skyjack assists with whale fossil
The company continued its 30 For 30 Partners campaign by donating a vertical mast lift for help at a Canadian aquatic center
Manitou Group hits manufacturing milestone
This year the company will roll the 500,000th machine off its line
Leonardos swell Avesco Rent's fleet
Avesco Rent, based in Switzerland, has bought 40 Leonardo HD vertical masts, bringing its fleet up to 66 units of the machine
New mast lift from Mantall
Mantall is presenting a range of aerial work platforms at Bauma China. New on the stand is the IPM100J electric vertical mast list
Dingli launches European-style mast lift
First 20 machines destined for dealers in western Europe and Australia.
Geda supplies world’s largest hospital site
Geda has supplied 12 hoists to the construction site of the world’s biggest hospital project, the Stockholm University Hospital Nya Karolinska.
Low level access is one of the industry's fastest moving product sectors
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
Zeppelin orders 100 Leonardo aerial lifts
Germany and Austria-based Zeppelin Rental has ordered 100 Leonardo HD vertical masts from Italian manufacturer
Alimak Hek installs sustainable lift at London landmark
Swedish lift manufacturer Alimak Hek has installed a permanent refurbished lift at the 40m landmark sculpture at Danes Yard, part of the Strand East site close to the Olympic Park in London.
Mantall launches two new lines at Bauma China
The Chinese manufacturer of aerial work platforms, Mantall has announced that it will be exhibiting for the first time at Bauma China in November and will be showing two new product lines.
Alimak provides access to Room for London
Alimak Hek has installed an SE-T 630 temporary passenger lift to provide access to the Room for London exhibit.
Maria Hadlow explores the flexibility and range of vertical mast platforms.
With such a varied range of general and specialist applications, it is left to the customer to decide which vertical mast solution he will choose.
JLG sells 1000th Toucan 10E
JLG has sold its 1000th Toucan 10E vertical mast lift since its introduction in 2009.
Ernst van Hek returns with Austrian sales company
Former Alimak Hek and Hek Manufacturing executive Ernst van Hek has established a new company called Van Hek & Partner to sell a variety of powered access machines in Austria and eastern Europe.
AFI-Uplift invests £5m in 500 new platforms
UK access rental company AFI-Uplift is investing more than £5 million in new platforms, adding 500 new machines and expanding the fleet by over 400 units. AFI’s total fleet size is now more than 3300 units.
Bravi shows board carrier
At ConExpo Italian vertical mast specialist, Bravi was showing a prototype for a new board carrier device which can be adapted to the Bravi Lite or the Leonardo machines.
JLG takes LiftPods on tour
After expanding its LiftPod line of aerial work platforms in early 2011, JLG Industries, Inc., is taking the family or low-level access lifts on a demo tour across the US.
Low level access at ConExpo
Low-level and lightweight pieces of access equipment will be well represented at ConExpo this year. Although used in construction for activities such as mechanical and electrical fitting and heating and ventilation installation, low-level access crosses into other areas such as facilities management, cleaning, maintenance and painting, which provides rental companies with a wider potential customer base.
Terex AWP shows new scissors and mast boom
Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP) is showing new Genie aerial work platform products at ConExpo.
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