Spotted online by a regular reader, apparently in Israel, tractor trailer struggling to negotiate a tight bend in the city
An amusing story from a reader which might just bring a smile to your face ready for the weekend
Halloween is increasingly an excuse to have a little fun. One manufacturer very visibly joined in last night
We have been sent this video clip from ‘Down Under’ highlighting the attitudes of the modern sub contractor
At a football match in Turkey, a Denizlispor fan, banned from the ground, rented an aerial lift to watch the game
Niftylift has announced a radical new range of electric powered boom lifts, following the success of its HR12L
We just loved this clip and it imparts an important message, but even if you don’t think so it is the weekend
A man in Florida, USA was caught on camera shooting at two truck mounted platforms
Rail travellers in Utrecht, the Netherlands will have noticed Nifty Lift HR17 gathering dust in station
Skyjack has announced a new approach to machine troubleshooting that could turn into a money spinner
Its Friday... and once again we have found something we thought might get you into the weekend spirit
Yes that’s right another week gone in a flash and if you are not working the whole weekend to look forward to
A story that ran on our German site has caused some mild amusement among English speaking readers
With the summer on the wane life for Europe’s sales reps returns to normal, here's a video for you
We close the week with another selfie stick story, following the record claimed by Hewden on Monday
We found this photo in our archive and thought it was ideal to close the week in these challenging times
IPAF has completed initial trials on an implanted PAL Chip which it believes will reduce fraudulent machine and card use, while offering operators greater convenience.
A reader has sent us a link to an amusing video involving the improper use of a remote controller
Skyjack is to unveil a new concept to lower ground bearing pressures on its smaller scissor lifts.
Spotted by a reader in the UK a boom lift being used to cook an operators lunch or snack.
A cartoon spotted by a reader has an amusing connotation for the aerial lift industry and as its Friday …
A funny start to the week two glaziers create their own work at height equipment in Belfast, Northern Ireland
Its Friday and we thought that the following story was very funny, and yet carries a message
UK based rental company Lifterz has added a new accessory, intended to help contractors improve productivity