Equipment News from Access International

Construction’s top ten OEMs revealed
Latest Yellow Table reveals top 50 OEMS saw sales of US$191.5 billion in 2020
Doosan Bobcat to invest $70 million in Statesville
Adding jobs and expanding manufacturing capacity for Bobcat machinery
Used equipment: what are the key trends?
The used and re-conditioned machinery market is experiencing solid demand due to factors including Covid-19 and the rise of online auctions. Belinda Smart reports.
Sunbelt Rentals UK joins emissions scheme
Sunbelt Rentals UK has signed up to a leading emissions compliance scheme.
JCB to create 400 new jobs
As markets rebound, manufacturer adds a further 950 permanent UK positions in second recruitment drive of year 
Plantworx 2022 show postponed
UK construction show will announce new dates after rescheduled Hillhead event causes clash 
Skyjack introduces 70ft RT scissor
The SJ9664 RT represents an enhancement of prototypes introduced last year
Bautec exhibition permanently cancelled
Messe Berlin terminates all future editions of the construction technology event due to declining revenues
Column: Equipment inspections
Kevin O’Shea, director of safety and training, AGF Access Group, discusses how equipment inspections are a crucial process
Technology takes the lead at Bauma China
Exhibition in Shanghai saw plenty of new electric machines, 5G technology, and new aerial platforms
Dana expands electrification systems for MEWPs in China
Drive systems for electric-driven mobile elevating work platforms introduced at Bauma China
Select Crane delivers National NBT45
This National Crane NBT45 boom truck is mounted on a Peterbilt 367 carrier and offers 41 tonne capacity with 39 metres of main boom
Free webinar - Access at a Turning Point
Before Covid-19 the access industry was in a state of major change. Leading experts assess the next five years
Speakers announced for global market webinar
Off-Highway Briefing panel to include former President at CNH Industrial and Bloomberg economist
New study looks at Brexit impacts
Off-Highway Research highlights ‘significant changes’ for UK construction industry
Global construction equipment sales to fall 16%
The impact of Covid-19 will see most equipment markets fall by 15-35% and the global picture would much worse were it not for China
United Rentals shares Covid-19 safety tips
United Rentals has shared nine protocols for safe operations during Covid-19
Construction sales in China to rise 14%
Revised forecast from Off-Highway Research predicts strong growth for 2020
Hilti unveils its first exoskeleton for construction
In partnership with Ottobock, EXO-01 is slated for release globally later this year
Telematics in the access sector
Telematics are the eyes and ears of onsite access equipment and its importance can only grow
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