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Germany-based scaffolding group, plettac AG, yesterday announced the sale of the majority ownership of its Scaninter Group subsidiary.
Ramirent of Finland has formally kicked-off its planned takeover of Sweden-based Altima. When completed, the deal will create one of Europe's largest equipment rental operations.
US-based access equipment manufacturer and supplier, Bil-Jax, has been acquired from its German-based parent company plettac AG for an undisclosed sum.
A new Ainscough family member has arrived
EPL Access has taken delivery of the UK’s first Wumag WT 355 truck-mounted aerial work platforms through Wumag’s UK distributor, SkyKing.
Elevation Equipment Company, one of Ireland's largest access rental companies, has announced its official closure.
Powered access hire firm, The Platform Company, has today announced the completion of its acquisition of the Meek Group.
JLG will be taking over Access Industrie’s aerial work platform rebuild centre in Tonneins, France.
Gateshead-based SEV Group has this month delivered its first batch of powered access equipment to its Romanian distributor, Electricom SA.
Verschoor Kranen of Sassenheim in The Netherlands has taken delivery of the first Spierings “Mighty Tiny” SK1265-AT6 mobile folding crane.
The number of people out of work in the UK continued to stoop in November, while the number in work reached a new record.
The Davis group has announced that a management buy-in team lead by HSS managing director Lister Fielding has bought HSS tool hire for a disclosed sum of £145 million
Manitowoc Crane Group has announced plans to restructure its aerial work platform business to focus solely on mast booms.
Caterpillar has announced the retirement of retirement of its CEO, Glen Barton, effective from January 31, 2004. James Owens will take on the position of chairman and CEO in place of Barton.
The UK's Major Contractors’ Group (MCG) has this week, confirmed that IPAF’s PAL card will continue to be accepted by its members after 1 January 2004.
Sennebogen has extended its Star-Lifter (SL) crawler crane line with the launch of a new 110 tonne capacity version.
Vertikal Bauma details now available to view on line
Enerpac, the high pressure hydraulics specialist, was recently called upon to provide a lifting solution during construction of the world’s largest concrete blocks as part of the Cartegena Port expasion project in southern Spain.
Atlas-Terex has appointed Thistle Hydraulic Solutions as its North of Scotland dealer for its range of knuckle boom cranes.
UNIC Cranes Europe has announced the first sale of the recently launched UNIC 295C mini crawler crane.
MIC Corporation, Japan’s largest crane rental company, has taken delivery of two 1250 USton (1134 tonne) capacity Demag CC8800s.
Scholpp Kran & Transport brought in its 450 tonne capacity Demag CC 2500 crawler crane to lift a bulky prefabricated bridge structure into place in Ettlingen, Germany.
The Health and Safety Commission (HSC) is seeking views from industry, unions and workers on draft work at height regulations and guidance.