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Access International Magazine January-February 2016 Back Issue

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NEWS
IAPA awards shortlist announced, Bronto sold to Morita, Medium launch from Teupen, JLG signs up in Russia, Isoli partners with LiuGong, New Genie Redmond plant.

ARTICULATING BOOMS
Manufacturers are looking to broaden their boom ranges, while others are seeking to develop further into the articulating boom arena, where they have not been so active in the past. AI reports.

IAPA AWARDS SHORTLIST
Th e shortlist for this year’s International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs), organised by AI and IPAF, is revealed. Th ere was a great set of entries this year, so take a look to fi nd out who made it on to the shortlist.

BAUMA PREVIEW
More than half a million visitors are expected to descend on Munich in April for Bauma. AI previews some of the new access equipment that will be there, ahead of the March issue’s full Showguide.

INTERVIEW
Facelift Group is one of the longest established AWP rental companies in the UK and a producer of van mounts, plus a range of industry innovations. Euan Youdale speaks to its owner Gordon Leicester.

EQUIPMENT BUYERS REPORT
While gathering information for the Confi dence Survey, published in AI November/December 2015, we asked some additional questions about the types of equipment rental companies buy and when.
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January-February 2016 NEWS IAPA awards shortlist announced, Bronto sold to Morita, Medium launch from Teupen, JLG signs up in Russia, Isoli partners with LiuGong, New Genie Redmond plant. ARTICULATING BOOMS Manufacturers are looking to broaden their boom ranges, while others are seeking to develop further into the articulating boom arena, where they have not been so active in the past. AI reports. IAPA AWARDS SHORTLIST Th e shortlist for this year’s International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs), organised by AI and IPAF, is revealed. Th ere was a great set of entries this year, so take a look to fi nd out who made it on to the shortlist. BAUMA PREVIEW More than half a million visitors are expected to descend on Munich in April for Bauma. AI previews some of the new access equipment that will be there, ahead of the March issue’s full Showguide. INTERVIEW Facelift Group is one of the longest established AWP rental companies in the UK and a producer of van mounts, plus a range of industry innovations. Euan Youdale speaks to its owner Gordon Leicester. EQUIPMENT BUYERS REPORT While gathering information for the Confi dence Survey, published in AI November/December 2015, we asked some additional questions about the types of equipment rental companies buy and when.


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NEWS
IAPA awards shortlist announced, Bronto sold to Morita, Medium launch from Teupen, JLG signs up in Russia, Isoli partners with LiuGong, New Genie Redmond plant.

ARTICULATING BOOMS
Manufacturers are looking to broaden their boom ranges, while others are seeking to develop further into the articulating boom arena, where they have not been so active in the past. AI reports.

IAPA AWARDS SHORTLIST
Th e shortlist for this year’s International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs), organised by AI and IPAF, is revealed. Th ere was a great set of entries this year, so take a look to fi nd out who made it on to the shortlist.

BAUMA PREVIEW
More than half a million visitors are expected to descend on Munich in April for Bauma. AI previews some of the new access equipment that will be there, ahead of the March issue’s full Showguide.

INTERVIEW
Facelift Group is one of the longest established AWP rental companies in the UK and a producer of van mounts, plus a range of industry innovations. Euan Youdale speaks to its owner Gordon Leicester.

EQUIPMENT BUYERS REPORT
While gathering information for the Confi dence Survey, published in AI November/December 2015, we asked some additional questions about the types of equipment rental companies buy and when.
read more read less
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