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Kennards adds Hilti hammer
TE 2000, which weighs 14.5kg and is easy to transport, is the first of its kind for Kennards
Wacker Neuson achieves goals
Revenue rises as light and compact equipment firm plans to reorganise production facilities
Australia tie-up for Ahern and Bluelift
Ahern Australia has been appointed as the exclusive distributor for Ruthmann Bluelift tracked platforms
Makinex appoints global product manager
Jeff Durgin joins Australian power tool manufacturer after serving as president of Bartell Morrison
Coates Hire gaining momentum says owner
A buoyant East coast infrastructure market is driving improved financial results at Australia’s Coates Hire
500th Height 4 Hire for charity
Australia-based Height 4 Hire is celebrating its 500th machine with a pink Haulotte Compact 14 in aid of the McGrath Foundation
Kennards adds to cleaning range
Drain cleaning jets, manufactured by Australian Pump, added to rental company’s fleet
Skyjack SJ85 AJs delivered to Australia
The SJ85 AJ is Skyjack’s largest articulating boom and has a working height of 27.74m (91 feet), up and over clearance of 10.36m (34 feet) and a horizontal outreach of 17.07m (56 feet.)
Engcon increases warranty
Swedish manufacturer introduces two-year warranty on all new tiltrotators delivered after January 1
Seven Group takes full ownership of Coates
The deal, worth €346.29 million, takes Seven’s ownership from 47 to 100%
Opportunities ahead for Onsite Rental Group
Australian rental firm agrees recapitalisation of balance sheet with its lenders, reducing debt and adding to savings
Kennards adds three new locations
Acquisition of CAPS Hire by Australian rental company adds locations in Broome, Kununurra and Winnellie
Productive year for Coates Hire
Revenues and EBIT increase year-on-year for Australian rental company, with New South Wales and Victoria proving healthy states
Wacker’s record figures
Wacker Neuson raises revenue forecast after good second quarter, and reports improved profitability
Want reaches 600 with Haulotte
Australia-based Want Access has reached a fleet size of 600 with the delivery of a Haulotte HT23RTJ Pro 23m telescopic boom, representing a move into larger equipment 
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