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Access International Magazine September-October 2016 Back Issue

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NEWS
Factory expansion for PB, APEX bigger than ever, Sales up at JLG, First Holland Lifts in Australia, Puma sale in major Teupen deal, Bronto debut in Germany.

INTERVIEW
Over the last fi ve years TVH Group has cemented itself as one of the leading consolidators in the European access rental market. Th e company’s CEO Pascal Vanhalst explains to Euan Youdale the strategy behind the acquisition trail.

TRACKED PLATFORMS
AI presents the latest products and developments in the diverse sector of lifts mounted on tracks.

IAPA PREVIEW
Th e annual International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) takes place in April. Be a part of this great industry event by entering the awards and booking your place.

SCAFFOLDING INTERNATIONAL
Th is issue of Scaffolding International concentrates on North America, including an interview with the continent’s biggest scaffolding association and a listing of the region’s biggest companies.

REGIONAL REPORT: MIDDLE EAST
Th e Middle East has already proved itself as an active AWP market; now it is taking the next step into maturity. Euan Youdale reports.

RAISING THE STANDARD
Twice yearly, the International Powered Access Federation publishes its supplement concentrating on safety and training initiatives across the industry.

BAUMA CHINA: PREVIEW
Asia’s biggest construction exhibition is stacking up to be a major show for access equipment, as it proves to be the key growth sector in the country. AI reports.

TRUCK MOUNTS
Th e compact truck mount is an attractive proposition for all manufacturers, including those that have not traditionally concentrated in this area. However, there is no lack of developments in the higher reach sector too.

COUNTRY REPORT: SPAIN
Th e aerial work platform market in Spain is improving following years of economic gloom. Spanish AWP association Anapat provided AI with an assessment of the situation.
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September-October 2016 NEWS Factory expansion for PB, APEX bigger than ever, Sales up at JLG, First Holland Lifts in Australia, Puma sale in major Teupen deal, Bronto debut in Germany. INTERVIEW Over the last fi ve years TVH Group has cemented itself as one of the leading consolidators in the European access rental market. Th e company’s CEO Pascal Vanhalst explains to Euan Youdale the strategy behind the acquisition trail. TRACKED PLATFORMS AI presents the latest products and developments in the diverse sector of lifts mounted on tracks. IAPA PREVIEW Th e annual International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) takes place in April. Be a part of this great industry event by entering the awards and booking your place. SCAFFOLDING INTERNATIONAL Th is issue of Scaffolding International concentrates on North America, including an interview with the continent’s biggest scaffolding association and a listing of the region’s biggest companies. REGIONAL REPORT: MIDDLE EAST Th e Middle East has already proved itself as an active AWP market; now it is taking the next step into maturity. Euan Youdale reports. RAISING THE STANDARD Twice yearly, the International Powered Access Federation publishes its supplement concentrating on safety and training initiatives across the industry. BAUMA CHINA: PREVIEW Asia’s biggest construction exhibition is stacking up to be a major show for access equipment, as it proves to be the key growth sector in the country. AI reports. TRUCK MOUNTS Th e compact truck mount is an attractive proposition for all manufacturers, including those that have not traditionally concentrated in this area. However, there is no lack of developments in the higher reach sector too. COUNTRY REPORT: SPAIN Th e aerial work platform market in Spain is improving following years of economic gloom. Spanish AWP association Anapat provided AI with an assessment of the situation.


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Access International  |  September-October 2016  


NEWS
Factory expansion for PB, APEX bigger than ever, Sales up at JLG, First Holland Lifts in Australia, Puma sale in major Teupen deal, Bronto debut in Germany.

INTERVIEW
Over the last fi ve years TVH Group has cemented itself as one of the leading consolidators in the European access rental market. Th e company’s CEO Pascal Vanhalst explains to Euan Youdale the strategy behind the acquisition trail.

TRACKED PLATFORMS
AI presents the latest products and developments in the diverse sector of lifts mounted on tracks.

IAPA PREVIEW
Th e annual International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) takes place in April. Be a part of this great industry event by entering the awards and booking your place.

SCAFFOLDING INTERNATIONAL
Th is issue of Scaffolding International concentrates on North America, including an interview with the continent’s biggest scaffolding association and a listing of the region’s biggest companies.

REGIONAL REPORT: MIDDLE EAST
Th e Middle East has already proved itself as an active AWP market; now it is taking the next step into maturity. Euan Youdale reports.

RAISING THE STANDARD
Twice yearly, the International Powered Access Federation publishes its supplement concentrating on safety and training initiatives across the industry.

BAUMA CHINA: PREVIEW
Asia’s biggest construction exhibition is stacking up to be a major show for access equipment, as it proves to be the key growth sector in the country. AI reports.

TRUCK MOUNTS
Th e compact truck mount is an attractive proposition for all manufacturers, including those that have not traditionally concentrated in this area. However, there is no lack of developments in the higher reach sector too.

COUNTRY REPORT: SPAIN
Th e aerial work platform market in Spain is improving following years of economic gloom. Spanish AWP association Anapat provided AI with an assessment of the situation.
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