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Access International Magazine January-February 2014 Back Issue

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NEWS 6
Manitou appoints new CEO, JLG and ProDelta end JV, Double acquisition for Palfi nger, New sales manager at AI, Calibration focus for fatal collapse, Ruthmann completes range.

INTERVIEW 11
Per Torp, CEO of TIME International and TIME Denmark, tells Euan Youdale about its new products and plans as the company seeks to make its mark in the truck mounted sector.

VERTICAL MASTS 15
Like many sectors, vertical masts are waiting in the wings to move into emerging markets. In mature markets, there is a debate over the need for taller, higher capacity machines. Euan Youdale reports.

CONEXPO SHOWGUIDE 20
Th ere will be a range of interesting new access-related products at the world’s biggest construction equipment exhibition this year in Las Vegas, USA.

OPERATOR PROTECTION 28
Accident statistics for 2013, gained through IPAF’s reporting programme, have just been released; and a ground breaking decision to stop using the term ‘anti-entrapment’ is made in the UK.

MAST CLIMBERS 31
AI speaks to Alberto Martínez Alonso, chief executive officer of Alba-Macrel Group, based in Spain; Partha Basistha reports on the mast climbing industry in India; and Safi explains how it’s using its relatively small size to concentrate on niche markets.

IAPA PREVIEW 37
Th e judges for the IAPAs 2014 have been announced and the shortlist will soon be released. AI thanks all those who have taken part for a terrific response to the awards.

IPAF NEWS 38
Topics in this issue’s IPAF round-up includes; staying away from
electrocution risks; IPAF training centres close gap on half a million valid PAL Cards; TVH Group joins IPAF; and MEWP safety displayed at BICES.

INTERVIEW 43
With aerial work platforms steadily increasing their prominence at Hertz Equipment Rental Co (HERC), the company is also viewing international expansion. Murray Pollok reports.
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January-February 2014 NEWS 6 Manitou appoints new CEO, JLG and ProDelta end JV, Double acquisition for Palfi nger, New sales manager at AI, Calibration focus for fatal collapse, Ruthmann completes range. INTERVIEW 11 Per Torp, CEO of TIME International and TIME Denmark, tells Euan Youdale about its new products and plans as the company seeks to make its mark in the truck mounted sector. VERTICAL MASTS 15 Like many sectors, vertical masts are waiting in the wings to move into emerging markets. In mature markets, there is a debate over the need for taller, higher capacity machines. Euan Youdale reports. CONEXPO SHOWGUIDE 20 Th ere will be a range of interesting new access-related products at the world’s biggest construction equipment exhibition this year in Las Vegas, USA. OPERATOR PROTECTION 28 Accident statistics for 2013, gained through IPAF’s reporting programme, have just been released; and a ground breaking decision to stop using the term ‘anti-entrapment’ is made in the UK. MAST CLIMBERS 31 AI speaks to Alberto Martínez Alonso, chief executive officer of Alba-Macrel Group, based in Spain; Partha Basistha reports on the mast climbing industry in India; and Safi explains how it’s using its relatively small size to concentrate on niche markets. IAPA PREVIEW 37 Th e judges for the IAPAs 2014 have been announced and the shortlist will soon be released. AI thanks all those who have taken part for a terrific response to the awards. IPAF NEWS 38 Topics in this issue’s IPAF round-up includes; staying away from electrocution risks; IPAF training centres close gap on half a million valid PAL Cards; TVH Group joins IPAF; and MEWP safety displayed at BICES. INTERVIEW 43 With aerial work platforms steadily increasing their prominence at Hertz Equipment Rental Co (HERC), the company is also viewing international expansion. Murray Pollok reports.


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Access International  |  January-February 2014  


NEWS 6
Manitou appoints new CEO, JLG and ProDelta end JV, Double acquisition for Palfi nger, New sales manager at AI, Calibration focus for fatal collapse, Ruthmann completes range.

INTERVIEW 11
Per Torp, CEO of TIME International and TIME Denmark, tells Euan Youdale about its new products and plans as the company seeks to make its mark in the truck mounted sector.

VERTICAL MASTS 15
Like many sectors, vertical masts are waiting in the wings to move into emerging markets. In mature markets, there is a debate over the need for taller, higher capacity machines. Euan Youdale reports.

CONEXPO SHOWGUIDE 20
Th ere will be a range of interesting new access-related products at the world’s biggest construction equipment exhibition this year in Las Vegas, USA.

OPERATOR PROTECTION 28
Accident statistics for 2013, gained through IPAF’s reporting programme, have just been released; and a ground breaking decision to stop using the term ‘anti-entrapment’ is made in the UK.

MAST CLIMBERS 31
AI speaks to Alberto Martínez Alonso, chief executive officer of Alba-Macrel Group, based in Spain; Partha Basistha reports on the mast climbing industry in India; and Safi explains how it’s using its relatively small size to concentrate on niche markets.

IAPA PREVIEW 37
Th e judges for the IAPAs 2014 have been announced and the shortlist will soon be released. AI thanks all those who have taken part for a terrific response to the awards.

IPAF NEWS 38
Topics in this issue’s IPAF round-up includes; staying away from
electrocution risks; IPAF training centres close gap on half a million valid PAL Cards; TVH Group joins IPAF; and MEWP safety displayed at BICES.

INTERVIEW 43
With aerial work platforms steadily increasing their prominence at Hertz Equipment Rental Co (HERC), the company is also viewing international expansion. Murray Pollok reports.
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