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 volatility, what does 2023 hold for the MEWP industry? Dan Jenkins talks to manufacturers full of optimism for the coming months.
As Ross Moloney, CEO of LEEA begins his sixth year at the Association, he reflects on key achievements and looks forward to the year ahead.
We look at the achievements and prospects of Kalmar’s Shanghai plant in one of China’s most dynamic manufacturing regions and one of the largest shipping hubs.
The way to sustainable warehousing is through automation, says Craig Whitehouse, managing director of Invar Integration.
MEWP manufacturer Skyjack has taken just ten months to turn a greenfield site into a new factory. Dan Jenkins looks at how it happened.
Chris Grote, senior marketing product manager of Crown Equipment examines the ways to retain skilled forklift operators in today’s warehouse environment.