The latest digital issue of Cranes & Access is now online and available to read or download.
The issue includes our 20th annual UK and Ireland rental rate guide - understandably one of the strangest to date given the current pandemic - as well as a scissor lift feature predominately focused on full size Rough Terrain models. It also includes an in depth look into the large lattice and telescopic crawler cranes currently being used to install wind turbines, and how a serious wind farm accident in 2008 successfully led to a decade long process of safety improvements in the sector.
Finally, as with all our January issues, we take a look back at last year’s major news and events from within the industry as well as the wider world – including the good to come from 2020 which may have been overlooked. All this, along with the latest round up of news, views and updates from the industry and its associations.
If you subscribe to a printed copy expect it to arrive this weekend, depending on where in the world you live. Alternatively, if you would like to download specific sections of the magazine you can do so here: downloadable sections. Or, if you would like to receive a beautiful, printed copy of this great magazine simply click here to go to our subscription/free trial form.
The next issue of Cranes & Access, scheduled for March, will include features on van and small truck mounted platforms and self-erecting mobile tower cranes. It will also include a review of the latest battery technologies on the market as well as take a look at what Vertikal Days – likely Europe’s largest lifting exhibition in 2021 – has to offer.