LHI March 2023

In this month’s issue Lighter weight and compact MEWPs are more in demand than ever before due to new applications. Dan Jenkins looks at the latest developments in this market segment. Operations and maintenance programming seems to be more important in some markets than others, which is exposed when implementing cross-industry strategy, says The Insider, […]

20/03/2023 - 14:55 pm

LHI Jan/Feb 2023

Inside this issue Honesty remains the best policy, even though people seem more prepared than ever to give the truth scope, observes Steve Napieralski, president at Oz Lifting. The US Infrastructure Bill won’t bridge all gaps warns Richard Phillips, mechanical engineer at Casper, Phillips & Associates Inc (CP&A). After a global pandemic and supply chain […]

16/02/2023 - 11:43 am

LHI November/December 2022

Inside this issue Turkish company BVS Cranes is gearing up for global expansion as it targets growth in Europe and North America. Dan Jenkins finds out more about its products and plans. The Insider You can’t lift a load with a logo, says Doug Stitt, president and CEO at The Caldwell Group Inc. 2022 has […]

19/12/2022 - 11:36 am

LHI October 2022

Inside this issue   Maria Hadlow and Dan Jenkins report from LiftEx – back an enforced break for Covid. MEWPs have been an integral part of the Middle East construction boom for decades, how are MEWPs being deployed beyond the construction site.  Dan Jenkins finds out. Is it important to keep energising and challenging a […]

26/10/2022 - 15:11 pm

LHI September 2022

Inside this issue   How can dealers rise to the challenge of global supply chain constraints – Dan Jenkins reports. The compact MEWPs segment is one of the largest in aerial lifts, and manufacturers continue to increase their effectiveness. Dan Jenkins reports. Tim Karimov, president of OneCharge explains how to correctly calculate the lithium forklift […]

21/09/2022 - 13:52 pm

LHI July/August 2022

Inside this issue Learning experience: Maria Hadlow asks some industry experts, how training has changed since the pandemic and what the future of learning might be. The Insider: Never have we faced so many contrary and unknown forces and it’s made for some awkward cueing, says Doug Stitt, of The Caldwell Group Inc. IPAF Global […]

11/08/2022 - 15:28 pm

LHI June 2022

Inside this issue GLAD2022 we look forward to the  third Global Lifting Awareness Day, which takes place on 7 July. The Insider Joel Cox says, Manufacturers of ancillary equipment have a big role to play at Global Lifting Awareness Day. Show reviews – LHI is on the spot to report from Vertikal Days and from […]

16/06/2022 - 16:37 pm

LHI May 2022

In this month’s issue   Robert Desel, CEO of The Crosby Group, talks about the company’s involvement with the Bridges to Prosperity charity. Gebuwin is celebrating its 75th year, commercial director Alan Siertsema talked to Maria Hadlow about how he and his brother are building on the company’s traditions with modern connectivity. Serious Labs’ CEO, […]

19/05/2022 - 17:28 pm

LHI April 2022

In this month’s issue People must tear up the script and rethink the plot more often than ever before— says The Insider, Doug Stitt, of The Caldwell Group Inc. MODEX review The experiences of Lewis Behai, LEEA Apprentice of the Year 2021. Simulation-based training and the great supply chain disruption. Telematics provides a wealth of […]

08/04/2022 - 14:38 pm

LHI March 2022

Face Time: The Crosby Group’s Cor de Kruijf changed the way lifting clamps are used forever – but it was a team effort, he insists. The new apprenticeship scheme for lifting equipment engineers, now ‘live’ in England, is based firmly around the needs and expectations of the industry and those going into it says, Ross […]

10/03/2022 - 08:31 am

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LHI March 2023

In this month's issue