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Haulotte Opens Doors to New AWP Corporate Headquarters

Haulotte North America has opened the doors of its new aerial work platform corporate headquarters in Virginia Beach, Va. The new 84,000- sq.-ft.

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Towable Lifts Rolling Steady

Mobility, fast setup, easy operation, and excellent return on investment make towable lifts consistently popular with renters and users.

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MEC's Titan Boom Lift in a Tight Spot

An MEC Titan Boom 40S has played a key role in constructing two four-story, 40-unit condo buildings in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The condo project’s owner and general contractor, Carrington Construction, rented the Titan Boom from 4-Way Equipment Rentals, Edmonton.

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Link-Belt to Debut 110-Ton Truck Crane at CraneFest 2015

The new Link-Belt HTC-86110 telescopic-boom truck crane, base rated at 110 US tons (90 mt), will debut at CraneFest 2015, in Lexington, Ky.

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Standard Fare

CSA Group, an accredited standard development organization (SDO), has put out for public comment its new standards for aerial work platforms, or mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs), as they’re called practically everywhere but here in the United States.

The proposed new B354 standards have a very different format than the previous ones, which guided the Canadian aerial industry for years.

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