Access Industry Interviews 2018/2019

By Euan Youdale09 July 2019

A collection of 25 exclusive interviews from the pages of Access International and Access, Lift & Handlers over the last year has been published.

The Access Industry Interviews 2018-2019 report brings together the views and ambitions of some of the most influential figures in the access industry. Topics range from emerging markets and technologies to new and established rental models, along with industry challenges and solutions from CEO’s and presidents of some the world’s largest access-related companies.

For a summary of the report and a market update, see the video with ALH’s Lindsey Anderson and AI’s Euan Youdale. 

In the report, leading lights from JLG, Genie, Skyjack, United Rentals, Loxam and Ahern Rentals, to name just a few, provide their take on the modern access world and where it is heading. Emerging access regions are covered too, through interviews with major local players, such as Korea Rental Corp, while new entrants into the market are also represented, for example by Hoogwerkt, a Nertherlands-based start-up with a new rental philosophy. The report also delves into the burning issues of today, such as the challenges of safety, recruitment and training.

Designed to offer readers a unique and in-depth analysis of the access industry through the eyes of those who run it, this special report represents the first time the personal views of the industry’s movers and shakers have been brought together in one document.

The report is offered at a very reasonable price at KHL’s information store. Find the report here


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