Access International - March 2021
12 March 2021
Included in this issue:
INTERVIEW: POWER TOWERS
The managing director of low level access specialist Power Towers, Jonathan Dawson, shares the company’s developments and goals since its acquisition by JLG in 2015.
LOW LEVEL ACCESS
The Low level access sector has entered an interesting sphere in which the 5m working height arena is providing a focus for product design. There are also a range of other develpoments in the micro scissor lift arena.
A comprehensive round-up of the products that would have been launched and presented at cancelled or postponed exhibitions during the first months of 2021.
PREVIEW: IAPA AWARDS
A reminder of the shortlist for the 2021 edition of the International Awards for Powered Access, taking place this month.
AI provides a summary of the talking points during its recent webinar: A New Generation in Product Design, with three leading access industry experts.
NUCLEAR DESCENT: SITE REPORT
Scanclimber is providing a customised hybrid hoist and work platform in the construction of a unique nuclear waste disposal plant in Finland.
Hoist design is being influenced by the wider construction industry and the need for speed and safety. AI reports on the sector.
Sergio Kariya, CEO of Mills, Brazil’s largest access rental company, talks to KHL’s Brazil-based journalist Fausto Oliveira about the company’s strategy following its merger with Solaris.
TECHNOLOGY SERIES: INTERVIEW
Trackunit’s vision is set firmly in the future, with a unique range of offerings, all designed to ensure one thing - the elimination of downtime. Company CEO Soeren Brogaard explains all to Euan Youdale.
Telematics and the potential use of data is quickly becoming one of the key elements of access equipment use and design.