All WT 1000 articles

  • The official handover of Gerken's WT1000 by Palfinger Platforms took place at Bauma, but the machine
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    Gerken's new 102.5 m Wumag takes on first job

    2010-05-24T15:20:00Z

    Palfinger Platforms officially handed over a WT 1000, 102.5 m working height Wumag truck mount, to the Gerken Access Platform Rental Company at Bauma in Munich. The huge, new all-terrain access platform, known at Gerken as GL 103, is one of the tallest access platforms in the world and will ...

  • Cathal McNally is a director of McNally's Crane Hire and leads its technical activities.
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    Irish heights: McNally's Crane Hire expands into access

    2008-11-20T16:04:00Z

    McNally's Crane Hire in Ireland has been renting cranes for years. It will take into its fleet by the end of this year its first aerial work platform - a 103 m working height Wumag Elevant 1000.

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    Havator orders two massive Wumag platforms

    2008-04-10T15:02:00Z

    Finland's Havator Group has ordered two of Wumag's massive WT 1000 truck mounted platforms.

  • A scale model of the Wumag WT 1000.
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    Wumag WT 1000 receives debut

    2008-03-17T11:24:00Z

    The world's largest aerial platform – Wumag's new 103 m WT 1000 working height machine – was scheduled to be at the Europlatform access conference in Basel, Switzerland on 11 September.

  • With a platform height of 100.5 m, the WT 1000 is the tallest access platform in the world.
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    Tall order

    2008-02-28T11:17:00Z

    German truck mounted manufacturer Wumag Elevant debuted the world's largest aerial work platform, the 102.5 m working height WT 1000, on 7 September. Patrick Hill reports from Krefeld, Germany.