Webinar recording: A New Generation in Access Product Design

By Euan Youdale19 February 2021

Access Webinar: A New Generation in Product Design

A free recording of Access International’s latest webinar, focusing on the trends in access equipment design and development, is now available to watch.

A New Generation in Product Design, held 17 February, delves into how access equipment is developing to meet the demands of modern rental fleets, with the range of topics including electrification, telematics and key components. 

The subjects are discussed by a leading group of access equipment experts in the field of product design and rental fleet requirements. 

The speakers are

Alexandre Saubot, CEO, Haulotte

Alexandre Saubot, CEO, Haulotte

As one of the world’s largest access equipment manufacturers, Haulotte employs 2,000 people worldwide and produces a wide range of aerial platforms and telehandlers. Saubot is also President of the French professional organisation France Industrie.

Kai Schliephake, managing director, PartnerLift

Kai Schliephake, managing director, PartnerLift

Germany-based rental company co-operative PartnerLift, located in Germany, supports more than 100 members with depots in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands, with a total fleet of more than 15,000 units.

Lance Sullivan, CEO, GMG

Lance Sullivan, general manager, GMG/formerly Sunstate Equipment

The newly-appointed general manager of US-based aerial platform manufacturer GMG, previously had a 35-year career with rental major Sunstate Equipment, at which he held a range of leadership roles.

The webinar is moderated by Euan Youdale, editor, Access International.

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