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  • Skyjack SJ3226 narrow electric scissor.

    AFI invests heavily in electric


    UK-based AFI has invested £2 million (US$3.3 million) in 90 Skyjack electric scissors, 15 Genie bi-energy booms and a range of truck mounts.

  • Rolf Kulawik, new managing director of Ruthmann.

    Former WUMAG executive Rolf Kulawik appointed managing director of Ruthmann


    Former WUMAG executive Rolf Kulawik has been appointed the new managing director of Ruthmann GmbH Co, the German truck mounted aerial platform manufacturer.

  • The other WT1000 came from Irish company McNallys.

    HMS Victory needs big booms with delicate touch


    When the Royal Navy says that the historic HMS Victory must be revamped no cost nor effort is spared. The HMS Victory which originates from the 18th century is the oldest ship in the British naval service. It achieved prominence as Admiral Nelson's flagship in the naval battle of Trafalgar. ...

  • Blade Access takes delivery of its 70 m Wumag WT700. (left to right) Jamie Bairstow (Blade), Richard

    Blade buys 70 m Wumag


    UK rental company, Blade Access took delivery of its 12th truck mounted platform at the Vertikal Days exhibition last week: a 70 m Wumag WT700 bought from UK dealer Skyking.

  • Ian Keam-George believes that it is essential to establish your business case before investing in te

    Counting the cost of telematics


    The benefits that telematics technology can brings to fleet management may depend very much on how much homework you do. Here are some of the things you should consider.

  • Cathal McNally is a director of McNally's Crane Hire and leads its technical activities.

    Irish heights: McNally's Crane Hire expands into access


    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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    Palfinger's Wumag takeover on track


    Austrian and German anti-monopoly authorities have approved Palfinger's takeover of Wumag's Elevant, announced on 20 June.

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    Palfinger to take over Wumag's aerial platform business


    Austrian manufacturer, Palfinger has announced that it is in the final stages of taking over the Elevant, aerial working platforms unit from Wumag GmbH.

  • Wilson Access Hire has a new WT 350 from Wumag.

    Irish crane renter buys Wumag WT 1000


    AI has learned that McNallys Crane Hire, based in Monagham, Republic of Ireland, will take delivery of a 102 m working height Wumag Elevant WT 1000 in December.

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    Havator orders two massive Wumag platforms


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

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    Three new van mounts from Wumag.


    WUMAG in Germany has developed a range of three ‘premium’ van mounted aerials with platform heights of 11 m, 12.5 m and 14.0 m.

  • A scale model of the Wumag WT 1000.

    Wumag WT 1000 receives debut


    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.

    Tall order


    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.