Aerial/Lifting

Insights into the rental market for aerial equipment, cranes, forklifts, scaffolding and more.

Highlights

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Headline News

All-New JLG University Enhances its Training Programs

Dec. 20, 2023
JLG University offers ANSI-required safety training courses for machine operators, service technicians and supervisors.
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Headline News

Cat Dealer Cleveland Brothers to Represent Magni in Parts of Pennsylvania and West Virginia

Dec. 14, 2023
Cleveland Brothers is now an authorized dealer for Magni's complete line of telehandlers, including the RTH, HTH, and TH models, serving western Pennsylvania and segments of West...
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Headline News

All’s Central Rent-A-Crane of Indianapolis About to Open New Branch in Fairland, Ind.

Dec. 6, 2023
Construction is wrapping up on a 17,000-square-foot facility on the property, featuring five service bays, including one 30-foot-wide wash bay, 55-foot ceilings, and heated floors...
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Cranes

Maxim Crane Works to Remanufacture 14 Manitowoc 2250 Crawler Cranes

Nov. 11, 2023
Maxim is working with Manitowoc and its EnCore business to overhaul the cranes, which will then be redeployed to its rental fleet across the country.
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Aerial/Lifting

Interview with Skyjack’s Malcolm Early: Updated Navigation

Nov. 9, 2023
Malcolm Early, vice president of marketing, Skyjack, talks about Skyjack’s mobile-first telematics system, enhanced data, and the benefits of AI.

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Aerial/Lifting

Interview with Snorkel’s Cory Rosencranse: Positive Directions

Oct. 19, 2023
Cory Rosencranse, CEO, Xtreme Manufacturing and Snorkel, talks about improvements to existing products, pros and cons of electric units, improvements in charging infrastructure...
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Aerial/Lifting

Industry Veteran Cox Joins MEC as Regional Business Development Manager

Oct. 19, 2023
His primary focus will be growing strategic business partnerships and expanding the company into new growth opportunities.
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Telehandlers

Genie Highest Capacity Telehandler Delivers 6,000-Pound Capacity at Max Height

Oct. 16, 2023
The GTH-1256 delivers 6,000 pounds capacity (2.721 kg) at a maximum height of 56 feet 3 inches (17.15 m) and 3,500 pounds (1,588 kg) at maximum outreach of 42 feet.
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Aerial/Lifting

Interview with Skyjack’s Ken McDougall: Trend Towards Sustainability

Oct. 14, 2023
Ken McDougall, president, Skyjack, talks with RER about the growing benefits of electric units, demand growth, supply chain improvements, telematics, training and more.