Access, Lift & Handlers - November-December 2020
23 November 2020
Included in this issue:
- INTERVIEW: SINOBOOM
Kolin Kirschenmann, CEO of Sinoboom North America, speaks to Lindsey Anderson about his role and how his decades of experience will help build the Sinoboom brand.
- MANUALLY PROPELLED MEWPS
Push-around access equipment offers users a safe means to work at height versus some of the more traditional options. ALH reports.
- INTERVIEW: TEUPEN
Martin Borutta, CEO of Teupen, talks to Euan Youdale about the company’s recent part acquisition by Dingli and its future the U.S. market and beyond.
- INTERVIEW: LIZZY LIFT
Illinois-based Lizzy Lift is making moves to offer its customers more products and increased services. Lindsey Anderson speaks with the company about its expansion and plans.
- TECHNOLOGY UPDATE
E-commerce is rapidly expanding beyond its origins of books and home products. Luke Powers takes a deep dive into buying online, and how the construction industry could be affected by Amazon moving into parts ordering.
Kevin O’Shea, director of safety and training, AGF Access Group, discusses how inspections are a crucial process and function that can prevent accidents, equipment failures and loss of revenue. Read his tips in our monthly column.
- IPAF NEWS
Use of simulators in IPAF PAL+ assessments gets green accreditation light; IPAF launches 2020 MEWP rental reports previewing findings; IPAF Summit & IAPAs to be a digital event in 2021; IPAF issues more than 2 million PAL Cards worldwide; IPAF North America Regional Council Meets for annual goal setting; and ASC A92 Main Committee plans to meet virtually.
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