Access International - October 2021

By Anita Bhakta13 October 2021

Included in this issue: 

SCISSOR LIFTS
AI provides a round-up of the latest scissor lift news and developments across Europe, along with a pair of unique scissor projects in vertical farming and subsea tunnel maintenance on the continent.

CHINA IN FOCUS
Although the Chinese access rental sector is growing at a fast rate, it is far from mature and there are a range of requirements to be met before it can reach that point.

SHOW GUIDE: APEX ASIA
The next edition of APEX Asia, China’s unique exhibition dedicated to the access industry, is nearly upon us. Find out what will be on show.

TECHNOLOGY SERIES: VIRTUAL REALITY
AI reports on IPAF’s approval of a VR simulator from Serious Labs for PAL Card renewals, and Trackunit’s recent acquisition of competitor ZTR.

UK MARKET UPDATE - VERTIKAL DAYS
Vertikal Days returned with sun-soaked skies, as the, UK appears to be booming amid unique challenges.

RAISING THE STANDARD
IPAF offers new membership category for safety professionals, First meeting of IPAF’s International Safety Committee, ePAL MEWP operator app rolled out in new territories, operator training in Lithuania.

REVIEW: PLATFORMERS’ DAYS
The Germany-based lifting and access equipment show Platformers’ Days enjoyed a successful return to in-person events, with a number of launches.

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NEWSLETTER
Delivered directly to your inbox, Access International Newsletter features the pick of the breaking news stories, product launches, show reports and more from KHL's world-class editorial team.
How can employers overcome skills shortages and fill vacancies?
As the pandemic further exacerbates problems finding good new employees, how can employers fill vacancies? 
Hy-Brid Lifts appoints new CEO
Jay Sugar rejoins parent company Custom Equipment as president and CEO, following a brief stint in 2019 
Access OEMs discuss how the MEWP market will evolve in 2022
Demand for manually propelled MEWPs has steadily increased over the last few years due to jobsite requirements, discontinued use of ladders and machine advancements
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