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Access International Magazine November-December 2013 Back Issue

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NEWS
Harsco and Brand Energy merge, Terex changes tactics in China, APEX looms large, JLG ends fi scal year on
high, Ruthmann completes range, Mills announces 2014 cap-ex.

INTERVIEW
Brad Boehler, president of Skyjack talks to Lindsey Anderson about the different challenges faced in markets around the world, and the company’s programme of expansion.

IAPA PREVIEW
The International Awards for Powered Access (IAPA) take place on 3 April in Windsor, near London. Be sure to enter an award and book your place at the event.

CONFIDENCE SURVEY
Overall confi dence is up in this year’s survey of manufacturers, end users and rental companies to find their spending plans over the next 12 months. Nevertheless, cautiousness will be a key factor in any
decision they make. AI reports.

CHINA
Euan Youdale visited the BICES exhibition in Beijing to take an indepth look at the Chinese powered access
industry and its manufacturer’s export plans. It follow’s Murray Pollok’s round-up of individual companies in the last issue of AI.

THIRTY YEARS OF AI
The predecessor to Access International started 30 years ago as Access Now, IPAF’s own magazine. We celebrate three decades of access reporting and hear from industry leaders about their experiences and forecasts.

NEWS
FEM makes clear that tower cranes are not designed to lift people in its latest ‘position paper’; operator training starts in Turkey; and IPAF expands in the Benelux.

ITALY
Italian manufacturers of access equipment have not been hit has hard by the economic crises as some
might think. Th e economic situation has hurried their export plans, however. Euan Youdale reports.

EUROPLATFORM REVIEW
One of the key messages at this year’s Europlatform conference in Istanbul, Turkey, was exceptional
growth for the country’s powered access sector. The international market and safety issues were also major topics. AI reports from the event.
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November-December 2013 NEWS Harsco and Brand Energy merge, Terex changes tactics in China, APEX looms large, JLG ends fi scal year on high, Ruthmann completes range, Mills announces 2014 cap-ex. INTERVIEW Brad Boehler, president of Skyjack talks to Lindsey Anderson about the different challenges faced in markets around the world, and the company’s programme of expansion. IAPA PREVIEW The International Awards for Powered Access (IAPA) take place on 3 April in Windsor, near London. Be sure to enter an award and book your place at the event. CONFIDENCE SURVEY Overall confi dence is up in this year’s survey of manufacturers, end users and rental companies to find their spending plans over the next 12 months. Nevertheless, cautiousness will be a key factor in any decision they make. AI reports. CHINA Euan Youdale visited the BICES exhibition in Beijing to take an indepth look at the Chinese powered access industry and its manufacturer’s export plans. It follow’s Murray Pollok’s round-up of individual companies in the last issue of AI. THIRTY YEARS OF AI The predecessor to Access International started 30 years ago as Access Now, IPAF’s own magazine. We celebrate three decades of access reporting and hear from industry leaders about their experiences and forecasts. NEWS FEM makes clear that tower cranes are not designed to lift people in its latest ‘position paper’; operator training starts in Turkey; and IPAF expands in the Benelux. ITALY Italian manufacturers of access equipment have not been hit has hard by the economic crises as some might think. Th e economic situation has hurried their export plans, however. Euan Youdale reports. EUROPLATFORM REVIEW One of the key messages at this year’s Europlatform conference in Istanbul, Turkey, was exceptional growth for the country’s powered access sector. The international market and safety issues were also major topics. AI reports from the event.


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NEWS
Harsco and Brand Energy merge, Terex changes tactics in China, APEX looms large, JLG ends fi scal year on
high, Ruthmann completes range, Mills announces 2014 cap-ex.

INTERVIEW
Brad Boehler, president of Skyjack talks to Lindsey Anderson about the different challenges faced in markets around the world, and the company’s programme of expansion.

IAPA PREVIEW
The International Awards for Powered Access (IAPA) take place on 3 April in Windsor, near London. Be sure to enter an award and book your place at the event.

CONFIDENCE SURVEY
Overall confi dence is up in this year’s survey of manufacturers, end users and rental companies to find their spending plans over the next 12 months. Nevertheless, cautiousness will be a key factor in any
decision they make. AI reports.

CHINA
Euan Youdale visited the BICES exhibition in Beijing to take an indepth look at the Chinese powered access
industry and its manufacturer’s export plans. It follow’s Murray Pollok’s round-up of individual companies in the last issue of AI.

THIRTY YEARS OF AI
The predecessor to Access International started 30 years ago as Access Now, IPAF’s own magazine. We celebrate three decades of access reporting and hear from industry leaders about their experiences and forecasts.

NEWS
FEM makes clear that tower cranes are not designed to lift people in its latest ‘position paper’; operator training starts in Turkey; and IPAF expands in the Benelux.

ITALY
Italian manufacturers of access equipment have not been hit has hard by the economic crises as some
might think. Th e economic situation has hurried their export plans, however. Euan Youdale reports.

EUROPLATFORM REVIEW
One of the key messages at this year’s Europlatform conference in Istanbul, Turkey, was exceptional
growth for the country’s powered access sector. The international market and safety issues were also major topics. AI reports from the event.
read more read less
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