UK independent housebuilder Sunnybanks Homes has purchased a new Bobcat T35100L 10m telehandler from Bridgwater-based Kellands (Plant Sales) Ltd, the authorised dealer for the Bobcat range in southwest England.
Haulotte Group has nearly completed testing on its HT23 RTJ telescopic boom, in readiness for the first deliveries at the beginning of 2013. Over the last four months customers in North America and Europe have been putting the machine through its paces
Merlo is to start production of its MPR ‘rapid access’ platform in June this year and the machine will get its UK launch first at the Royal Highland Show in Edinburgh on 21-24 June and then at Vertikal Days on 27 – 28 June.
Haulotte has revealed that it will be showing the prototype of a new rough-terrain telescopic boom, at Intermat. The HT23RTJ is a 23m working height machine designed through Haulotte's policy of close customer collaboration.
The first JLG 1500SJ has been delivered to the company's European facility in Maasmechelen, The Netherlands. The machine, believed to be the largest self propelled telescopic boom available, was unveiled at ConExpo in Las Vegas earlier in the year
Korean manufacturer Junjin CSM is targeting the construction and rental sectors with a new 42 m telescopic boom platform. The boom was shown at the Conex exhibition in Seoul, South Korea, at the end of September.
Japanese aerial platform manufacturer Aichi Corp may have delayed the development of its ‘global’ product line – customers will have to wait a bit longer for its rough terrain scissors and articulated booms – but it decided to make its Bauma stand interesting by showing some ‘niche’ products that have long been available in Japan.