The latest digital issue of Cranes & Access is now online and available to read or download.
This jam packed issue includes features on how the growing popularity of spider cranes has impacted the mini crawler crane market, the various hybrid options available for aerial work platforms and the latest telehandler developments. It also includes the Vertikal Top 30 UK & Ireland rental company fleet survey, as well as an all new feature on training, which has focused on the introduction of Virtual Reality operator training.
Finally, we spoke with Ainscough Crane Hire’s recently appointed chief executive, Peter Gibbs, to find out how he has been getting on and what plans he has for the future. All this, along with the latest round up of the industry’s news and views, updates from industry associations IPAF, CPA, ALLMI and PASMA, as well as all of our regular pages and features.
If you would prefer to download a copy of the issue you can do so by clicking here.
If you subscribe to a printed copy expect to see it at the end of the week, or early next week, depending on where in the world you live. The next issue - scheduled for late October - will include features on All Terrain cranes, truck mounted lifts and access and lifting equipment for arborists, our annual look at outrigger mats and spreader plates as well as a review of the latest rental software.