Who are the largest access manufacturers in the world?

By Leila Steed01 June 2022

Access International (AI) has published its 2022 list of the biggest access equipment manufacturers in the world.

Ordered according to their 2021 annual revenues, this year’s accessM20 ranked 40 companies and showed that much of the industry has bounced back from the struggles of 2020, despite the continuing challenges.

While the full accessM20 ranking and analysis is only currently available in the June 2022 edition of AI magazine, the top 5 companies have been revealed as follows...

World’s largest access equipment manufacturers 2022

AccessM20 Table

About the accessM20

All non-US$ revenue figures have been converted to a common currency rate based on the value of the US$ on 6 June 2014. Detailed guidance was provided to manufacturers about what to include in their figures, as follows:

Revenues to include:

■ Revenues for the calendar year 2021;

■ Sales of new aerial platforms (self propelled booms and scissors, push around and low level access, trailer mounted platforms, truck mounted platforms, utility platforms such as insulated units, mast climbing work platforms, construction hoists and transport platforms);

■ Sales of used aerial platforms;

■ Revenues from after sales service and parts, relating to aerial platform products;

■ Other aerial platform related revenues, such as rental or re-rental activities.

Revenues to exclude:

■ Sales of non-aerial work platform products, such as telehandlers, cranes, utility sector digger derricks, transport trailers;

■ Revenues for service and parts relating to non-aerial products, (such as telehandlers, cranes, digger derricks, etc.).

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