LHI July/August 2021
Inside this issue
Ben Dobbs, technical manager at LEEA explains that to ensure safe practice it is crucial that users are fully aware of issues surrounding Design Working Period and maintenance responsibilities.
Remote control manufacturers have risen above supply chain difficulties to bring new products to market, which will make crane operation safer and more efficient. Maria Hadlow reports.
We’ve got to accept that the current economic climate will endure and price alterations are just one necessity, says Doug Stitt, president and CEO, The Caldwell Group Inc.
After more than 30 years working for other people in the powered access industry, Richard Tindale decided to set up his own company. He talks to Dan Jenkins about building a parts and used equipment business during a pandemic.
The acceptance of virtual reality simulation training systems has advanced rapidly through the pandemic. Maria Hadlow asks if they can provide trainees with a personalised experience too.
Ross Moloney, CEO of the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) on raising awareness of lifting responsibilities in wet logistics operations.
Columbus McKinnon, identifies some important items to factor into your decision-making process when selecting a hoist.
The new ANSI specifications for aerial work platforms gave manufacturers a rare chance to rethink their products and re-engage with customers. Dan Jenkins reports.