All Access & Material Handling Articles

Can a rotating telehandler replace a crane?
These relative newcomers to American job sites can do the work of several machines - including cranes - without a permit or a dedicated operator
EquipmentShare’s to launch new T3 fleet management system
By securing $230 million in funding, the company’s telematics solutions will drive domestic expansion
Xtreme launches world’s tallest telehandler
The 85-foot XR1585-C features a patent-pending operator station that allows traveling with the load to height for enhanced positioning control
JLG debuts new high-capacity telehandler
The new 2733 high-capacity telehandler and its 8,000-pound lifting capacity can handle heavy hauls
JLG improves rear views on SkyTrak telehandlers
New multi-reverse camera system increases job site awareness by displaying left, right and rear views from behind the machine
Skyjack’s new rough-terrain scissor takes workers to seven stories
The new SJ9664 RT has a working height of 70 feet, making work at seven stories possible without jumping to a specialized class
Skyjack’s new micro scissors a good fit for tight spaces
Skyjack has entered the micro scissors market with the introduction of its SJ3013
JLG offers live training webinars on system diagnostics
One- to two-hour sessions take a deep dive into the inner workings of sensors, valves and control logic
Genie redesigns GTH-1056 telehandler
The updated 10,000-lb capacity telehandler now features a side-mounted engine and 74-hp DEF-free engine options
Time Manufacturing completes Ruthmann acquisition
Manufacturer of Versalift products completes the deal first announced in January 
Snorkel offers open cabs on telehandlers
Manufacturer’s new open cab offers greater visibility and features a mesh grid to protect operators
Manitou launches new spare parts offering
Designed to simplify previous provision, Manitou Group Parts will also reduce environmental impact
Telehandlers trend toward greater versatility
From connected machines to fully electric models, the telehandler industry is offering more varied options than ever before
MEC extends Xtra-Deck to boom lifts
A solution to stop operators standing on the mid-rail, Xtra-Deck has only been available on scissors until now 
Telescopic boom lifts push the limits
Product lines expand from the top to the bottom of the working height spectrum
Aerial supplier Sinoboom North America expands dealer network
China-based manufacturer has added seven new dealers to its U.S. network, expanding its coverage to more than 30 states
New look for Haulotte products
Manufacturer to modify color scheme and graphics across its range of aerial platforms and material lifts
JLG releases all-electric scissor lift
New DaVinci AE1932 produces zero emissions
IPAF and SAIA announce alliance
The International Powered Access Federation and Scaffold and Access Industry Association have joined forces
Into the future: Electric/hybrid access equipment
Trends and choices in the fast-moving electric- and hybrid-powered access sector
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