JLG Industries has introduced a multi-reverse camera system for SkyTrak telehandlers, giving operators more confidence when backing up. This optional feature increases job site awareness by displaying multiple views from behind the machine – left, right, and rear. The SkyTrak multi-reverse camera system can be used for day or night operation and features three components: […]
Ausa has introduced five new machines to its range completing the manufacturer’s catalogue of compact all-terrain vehicles. These include: a new all-terrain forklift range and new telescopic handlers. New all-terrain forklift range After launching the C251H and C351H all-terrain forklifts, with 2500kg and 3500kg payloads respectively, Ausa is continuing to update all of its models […]
Xtreme Manufacturing has launched three brand new rough terrain telehandler models on their booth at World of Concrete 2020. The new C-class models, which expand the Xtreme product line up to 19 models, are the XR1347-C, XR1547-C and XR1555-C. Designed as a replacement for the 12,000lb capacity XR1245, the new XR1547-C can lift up to […]
Pettibone has begun production of its Traverse T1246X telehandler, making it the third Traverse telehandler launched in the company’s X-Series line-up. The machine will be on show at the ConExpo exhibition held in Las Vegas in March. Pettibone says that the Traverse remains the only new telehandler on the market with an extendable, traversing boom […]
03/01/2020 - 12:09 pm
LHI April 2021
In this month's issue
Manual hoists and winches
IPAF Summit and Awards plus the ePAL app.
Face Time: Joel Cox, president of Pintsch Bubenzer USA.
The drive to electrify aerial lifts continues.
The Insider, service as part of the recovering economy.