All Telescopic Boom Articles

Bobcat refines telehandler range
Bobcat has launched advanced versions of two of its largest rigid frame telehandlers.
JLG telehandler gets to work down on the farm
Away from the construction sites, Shane Barnette, owner of Southern Mud, a fluid disposal company that serves the oil and gas fields, has found a new use for the telehandler.
Man dies from electrocution on boom lift
A 26-year-old man died on Aug. 20 in Holliston, MA when the boom lift he was working from accidentally touched a live power line while he trimmed trees. The unidentified worker had been taken to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston with burns covering his body, but died later that evening.
Runnion Equipment adds Elliott HiReach line to fleet
Boom truck rental company Runnion Equipment has added Elliott Equipment Company’s line of HiReach aerial work platforms to their fleet in Caledonia, WI.
Barin produces road/rail hybrid truck mount
New truck mounted bridge inspection unit can be used on road or rail and will be delivered to Australia.
Beyer last minute Snorkel order
German rental major Beyer Mietservice placed an order for 20 Snorkel booms on the last day of Bauma
Dingli shows new boom lift
Chinese access platform manufacturer Dingli is at bauma for the first time
Collé Rental adds Magni telehandlers to fleet
Collé Rental & Sales also appointed as the Magni importer for the Benelux, Germany and Austria.
Niftylift Land Rover mount order
Niftylift has received an order for 23 units of its V130T telescopic boom sets, mounted on free-issue Land Rover 110 chassis
UK housebuilder adds Bobcat to fleet
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 completes testing on new boom
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
Military extends JLG contract
JLG Industries has extended its contract with the United States Army by US$10.2 million to help restore military equipment deployed in Afghanistan
TNT Stack and NES partner for Breast Cancer Awareness month
TNT Stack Equipment, Inc. and NES Rentals recently painted a boom lift pink to promote Breast Cancer Awareness month in October.
Merlo's MPR boom set for June production
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 to preview 23m boom at Intermat
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.
Floating platform accesses Hamburg free port
German rental company Mateco was called in to provide workers with platform access to the Memory City of Hamburg
It's boom time for Discovery's "Gold Rush"
Terex Aerial Work Platforms has been on the set for the Discovery Channel series "Gold Rush," which airs Friday nights at 9PM ET/PT.
Indian shipyard orders 23 Haulotte big booms
An Indian shipyard is to take delivery of 23 new Haulotte telescopic booms in what is thought to be one of the largest ever powered access orders in the country.
Manitou's first telescopic booms: AI given exclusive preview prior to APEX
Manitou's new telescopic booms have combined a range of innovative features to create a machine which responds to market requirements and engine regulations
Big boom from Sinoboom
Sinoboom unveils 30 m telescopic boom for ship yard applications
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