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New guide to BIM for rental companies
European Rental Association says BIM allows rental companies to engage with customers earlier in projects
JLG introduces Quad Tracks
The Quad Tracks are initially available on new 600S and 600SJ boom lifts, as well as some 2-wheel steer models 
Canada’s Canlift partners with XCMG
XCMG unaffected by supply issues, promising shorter delivery times
Manitou sets net zero targets
Manufacturer to lower the CO2 emissions of its worldwide operations by 46% by 2030
Sinoboom BV signs up with Trackunit
New agreement sees Trackunit provide all data services for European subsidiary of Sinoboom 
Sustainability, China and the Covid fight: 6 of the best Access forecasts for 2022
As we begin a new year for the access market, we bring you a round-up of forecasts for the access industry, found in the pages of Access International
Hitachi sells controlling share of construction equipment business
Japanese trading company Itochu and private equity firm Japan International Partners together now own 26% of Hitachi Construction Machinery
Dingli opens boom lift production plant
The US$235 million facility represents phase four in Chinese manufacturer’s production expansion project 
IPAF Summit to focus on safety
Summit takes place same day as IAPAs, 10 March, and promises expert presentations on safety in the access industry
What is the future for mast climbers and hoists?
Modularity and flexibility are just two key elements when it comes to car dimensions and capacity
IPAF webinar to focus on electrification
Webinar will cover the challenges and opportunities for the access industry as demands grow 
Record entries for IAPAs 2022
More than 160 entries have been received, thanks to an outstanding response from the access industry  
XCMG starts access push in Europe
Chinese OEM appoints Hans Aarse and Edwin Van der Laar to head the European project
Access Confidence Survey - how will the sector perform in 2022?
AI’s annual survey shows a positive outlook for the year ahead, considering the ongoing challenges 
Oshkosh appoints technology specialist
Jay Iyengar will lead development of cutting-edge technology and a ‘next generation’ supply chain 
Snorkel celebrates scissor milestone
Snorkel has produced 10,000 S3219 scissor lifts from its Kansas manufacturing facility
How Zeppelin Rental is collaborating on e-procurement
Zeppelin Rental is working on a project to integrate its fleet offering into its rental customers’ e-procurement platforms. 
Ausa sells sweeper business to focus on compact equipment
Sale of Excelway sweepers and maintenance vehicles will allow it to focus on dumpers, forklifts and telehandlers
Interview: Loxam and the secret behind sustainability
Paul Rankin, COO of Loxam PAD, outlines the changing landscape of sustainablity in the access sector 
Caterpillar offers ‘self-service’ kits
Self-Service Options (SSOs) are for those who want to do their own routine maintenance and minor repairs
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