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Access International Magazine September-October 2013 Edizione posteriore

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NEWS
Riwal buys Sarens in Belgium, Snorkel sale progress, Haulotte reports first half recovery, APEX sales surge, Skyjack expands in Europe, Ramirent sells Hungarian business.

INTERVIEW
Sérgio Kariya, managing director of Mills’ rental division, is confi dent the access equipment sector in Brazil will grow for the next 10 years, although, as he tells Euan Youdale, there will be significant challenges along the way.

SOUTH AMERICA
Users and manufacturers share their views on the future of the powered access industry across Latin America. Euan Youdale reports.

IAPA CATEGORIES
Th e have been a few changes to the award categories for the 2014 International Awards for Powered Access (IAPA), taking place 3 April 2014. AI presents the full list.

TRACKED PLATFORMS
Manufacturers are targeting rental companies and promoting Lithium as the tracked platform sector
promises to grow its market share. Euan Youdale delves into the sector.

CHINA
Murray Pollok visited four Chinese aerial platform manufacturers to get an update on their activities and to discuss the Chinese rental market.

ASIA CONFERENCE
Th e booming Asia economies are eager to tap the benefits promised by MEWPs. Berlinda Nadarajan
reports from the IPAF Asia Conference and Platform Showcase in Singapore.

RAISING THE STANDARD
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) shares statistics from its worldwide accident database, among a range of other news and views.

3.5 TONNE TRUCKS
Palfi nger Platforms’ managing director Stephan Kulawik talks to AI about the newly formed Palfinger Platforms Italy and its plans in the 3.5 tonne truck mount market.

INTERVIEW
Riwal’s CEO Norty Turner tells Murray Pollock how he wants the company to be at the forefront of developing the access rental market around the world.

MAST CLIMBERS
Th e mast climbing sector was one of the hardest hit during the economic crises, but now it is clawing its way back. Euan Youdale reports.
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September-October 2013 NEWS Riwal buys Sarens in Belgium, Snorkel sale progress, Haulotte reports first half recovery, APEX sales surge, Skyjack expands in Europe, Ramirent sells Hungarian business. INTERVIEW Sérgio Kariya, managing director of Mills’ rental division, is confi dent the access equipment sector in Brazil will grow for the next 10 years, although, as he tells Euan Youdale, there will be significant challenges along the way. SOUTH AMERICA Users and manufacturers share their views on the future of the powered access industry across Latin America. Euan Youdale reports. IAPA CATEGORIES Th e have been a few changes to the award categories for the 2014 International Awards for Powered Access (IAPA), taking place 3 April 2014. AI presents the full list. TRACKED PLATFORMS Manufacturers are targeting rental companies and promoting Lithium as the tracked platform sector promises to grow its market share. Euan Youdale delves into the sector. CHINA Murray Pollok visited four Chinese aerial platform manufacturers to get an update on their activities and to discuss the Chinese rental market. ASIA CONFERENCE Th e booming Asia economies are eager to tap the benefits promised by MEWPs. Berlinda Nadarajan reports from the IPAF Asia Conference and Platform Showcase in Singapore. RAISING THE STANDARD The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) shares statistics from its worldwide accident database, among a range of other news and views. 3.5 TONNE TRUCKS Palfi nger Platforms’ managing director Stephan Kulawik talks to AI about the newly formed Palfinger Platforms Italy and its plans in the 3.5 tonne truck mount market. INTERVIEW Riwal’s CEO Norty Turner tells Murray Pollock how he wants the company to be at the forefront of developing the access rental market around the world. MAST CLIMBERS Th e mast climbing sector was one of the hardest hit during the economic crises, but now it is clawing its way back. Euan Youdale reports.


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NEWS
Riwal buys Sarens in Belgium, Snorkel sale progress, Haulotte reports first half recovery, APEX sales surge, Skyjack expands in Europe, Ramirent sells Hungarian business.

INTERVIEW
Sérgio Kariya, managing director of Mills’ rental division, is confi dent the access equipment sector in Brazil will grow for the next 10 years, although, as he tells Euan Youdale, there will be significant challenges along the way.

SOUTH AMERICA
Users and manufacturers share their views on the future of the powered access industry across Latin America. Euan Youdale reports.

IAPA CATEGORIES
Th e have been a few changes to the award categories for the 2014 International Awards for Powered Access (IAPA), taking place 3 April 2014. AI presents the full list.

TRACKED PLATFORMS
Manufacturers are targeting rental companies and promoting Lithium as the tracked platform sector
promises to grow its market share. Euan Youdale delves into the sector.

CHINA
Murray Pollok visited four Chinese aerial platform manufacturers to get an update on their activities and to discuss the Chinese rental market.

ASIA CONFERENCE
Th e booming Asia economies are eager to tap the benefits promised by MEWPs. Berlinda Nadarajan
reports from the IPAF Asia Conference and Platform Showcase in Singapore.

RAISING THE STANDARD
The International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) shares statistics from its worldwide accident database, among a range of other news and views.

3.5 TONNE TRUCKS
Palfi nger Platforms’ managing director Stephan Kulawik talks to AI about the newly formed Palfinger Platforms Italy and its plans in the 3.5 tonne truck mount market.

INTERVIEW
Riwal’s CEO Norty Turner tells Murray Pollock how he wants the company to be at the forefront of developing the access rental market around the world.

MAST CLIMBERS
Th e mast climbing sector was one of the hardest hit during the economic crises, but now it is clawing its way back. Euan Youdale reports.
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