All Equipment Articles
Manitou's rough terrain masted forklift M series now have customizable options.
Chicagoland rental house Metrolift has added Custom Hybrid Lifts to its fleet.
IPAF's International Mast Climbing Work Platform Committee chairman has opened communication with OSHA's Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health with a safety presentation.
Canadian Forklift Distributors Ltd has added the US-built Master Craft rough terrain forklift products to the range of equipment it sells throughout Canada.
AirWorx Construction Equipment & Supply recently worked with JLG to design a boom for autism awareness.
JLG now offers operator, service and parts manuals on its website, www.jlg.com.
Bucher Hydraulics is looking to expand its presence in the US by acquiring Command Controls Corp. based in Elgin, IL.
The new light- and medium-duty mast climber from Hydro Mobile will be on display at the 2009 World of Concrete show.
Executives from North America’s six largest rental houses and six major aerial work platform manufacturers convened November 11 in Chicago to discuss standard AWP operator training.
Kalmar RT Center, LLC, part of parent company Cargotec, has received a contract from the US Department of Defense to supply its RT container telehandler for 5 years to the government.
All boom, scissor and telehandler products sold by JLG in North America now have an extended warranty option.
JLG has announced it will launch a universal attachment system for all three telehandler brands it offers; SkyTrak, Lull and JLG.
Rental software company Wynne Systems has updated its website and logo.
JLG Industries is to rebrand its rear-pivot steer Gradall telehandlers under the JLG name by the end of the year. The company said the rebranding represented the completion of a plan begun in 2006 when JLG sold the Gradall excavators to the Alamo Group.
JLG Industries will begin branding the Gradall telehandler name and product line under the JLG moniker at the end of the 2008 calendar year.
Gehl’s entire line of telehandlers and skid steer loaders will be equipped with Arnco’s new ecoflex tire flatproofing fill.
Come January 2009, Haulotte’s line of narrow electric scissor lifts will be manufactured at Bil-Jax’s Archbold, Ohio, US, facilities, according to Chuck Hutchinson, vice president of sales for Bil-Jax.
Sunshine Enterprise, Inc, the Memphis, US-based importer of Chinese-made scaffolding and hoists is to expand its product offering in North America and plans to sell equipment in Europe as well.
Using its extensive dealer network, Toyota is now the official US distributor of Aichi SV-Series scissor lifts, SP wheeled booms and IRS-Series crawler booms. Company plans for new models in 2009