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Hall of fame

See all the previous IAPA winners from 2009-2017

The 2017 event

 

2017 GALLERY

More than 450 industry professionals gathered on 4 April 2017 in London, UK, to honour the winners of the International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs). Jointly organised by Access International and IPAF, the IAPAs celebrate best practice and excellence in the powered access industry.

 

The turnout was a record attendance for the annual awards event, the next edition

of which will be held on 8 March 2018 at the Hilton Miami Downtown Hotel, FL, USA. The 2017 IAPA winners, and judges’ comments, were as follows:

 

Access Rental Company of the Year

RIWAL, EUROPE/EURASIA

This company has a truly rounded approach which has helped it make great progress. It has also found time to be innovate with new technologies.

 

Powered Access Pioneer

ALO GROUP, CHILE

Converting people from risky work methods to access platforms in a young market is no easy task. Alo has pioneered this in Chile through its innovative Day of Height and in working with colleges to add risk prevention in the curriculum.

 

Contribution to Safe Working at Height

MODERN (ACCESS) & SCAFFOLDING, HONG KONG

Modern has a track record in modernising working at height practices in Hong Kong, and continued to push forward last year, introducing lower level access and lifeline products to the market.

 

Product of the Year – Mast climbing work platforms/hoists

ALIMAK HEK’S MAMMOTH TRIPLEX SYSTEM

This is a fantastic three-in-one product, with a central materials hoist flanked either side by two high-speed passenger hoists. A massive hoist arrangement for demanding projects. Very impressive engineering.

 

Product of the Year – Self-propelled above 20ft/6.1m

TEUPEN’S PUMA 42GTX

The judges were excited by this product. Combining an all-terrain Menzi Muck excavator chassis with a Leo 40GTX boom demonstrated imagination and exceptional engineering skills. The result is a truly functional extreme off-road lift.

 

 

Product of the Year – Vehicle/trailer-mounted

CTE’S B-LIFT 17E

We were impressed with the innovative battery technology, which allows the platform to work for a considerable time without using the engine, combined with its ability to work in narrow spaces.

 

Project of the Year

SMART PLATFORMS SOLUTIONS for its SEA LOCK MAINTENANCE SYSTEM

This was an ingenious solution to a demanding task. Smart Platforms should be commended for its ‘outside the box’ thinking.

 

Innovative Technology

SERIOUS LABS, CANADA, for the VRSL: AWP TRAINER

This virtual reality simulator brings to the access industry technology that has previously only been available in the military and aerospace industries. It offers a fantastic learning experience for operators.

 

IPAF Training Centre of the Year

MANLIFT, MIDDLE EAST & INDIA

Manlift grew its training numbers by 35% last year, offered courses in eight languages, and is playing a significant role in developing training in the Middle East and India.

 

IPAF Training Instructor of the Year

ANDERSON PUFF of MILLS, BRAZIL

Anderson Puff achieved a great deal in 2016. He promoted training to state authorities, major companies and also embraced eLearning techniques, demonstrating a remarkable work ethic.

 

Access Photograph of the Year (sponsored by Facelift)

ED DARWIN, NATIONWIDE PLATFORMS, for Platform Inspecting a Gloster

The photo shows a Versalift platform donated by Nationwide inspecting a replica of the Gloster E28/39 aircraft, located close to Nationwide’s head office in Lutterworth and the first aircraft to use an engine designed by Frank Whittle, inventor of the turbojet.

 

IPAF/Access International Lifetime Achievement Award

ROGER BOWDEN, FOUNDER AND CHAIRMAN, NIFTYLIFT, UK

In the late 1960s Roger Bowden embarked on a five-year student-apprenticeship scheme at Brunel University, sponsored by John Laing Construction. He graduated in Mechanical Engineering and Production Technology in 1971 and went on to serve as chief engineer for EPL International, the JLC specialist hire company, before forming a one-man sales company in 1977, then a rental company in 1980.

In 1985, he went on to start the company that would define his career. That company is Niftylift; which has grown since then to 460 employees with operations in more than 40 countries around the world.

Roger Bowden is passionate about engineering education and has supported the development of hundreds of apprentices and undergraduate engineers at Niftylift, which is also a long-term sponsor of the Engineering Education Scheme, nurturing young engineers, and runs an Institution of Mechanical Engineers Development Scheme.

Between 2004 and 2011, he chaired IPAF’s Manufacturer’s Technical Committee and in 2006 received an Honorary Doctorate at Brunel University for services to Engineering.

The independent, impartial judging panel spent a full day considering the more than 100 entries received. The judges made decisions based on the merit of each entry and were excluded from entering their company for any award. The 2017 judges were:

 

Andy Studdert, CEO of NES Rentals and IPAF Immediate Past President;

Eline Oudenbroek, managing director of Holland Lift International;

Kai Schliephake, managing director of PartnerLift;

Mike Evans, consultant and a past winner of a Lifetime Achievement Award;

Rick Mustillo, founder of Kookaburra Equipment Sales and president of Australia’s Elevating Work Platform Association;

• Non-voting chair of judges: Euan Youdale, editor of Access International.

 

 

2017 SPONSORS

 

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Supporting Sponsors

IPAF Networking Sponsor

The 2016 event

The annual IPAF Summit and IAPA awards have opened in Madrid. More than 300 delegates are registered for the daytime conference and 415 guests are expected for the IAPA awards in the evening.

 

The conference began with a live video-link presentation from Australia, given by Tony Smith, a senior investigator of mine safety in New South Wales, Department of Industry.

 

Mr Smith explained how his department was able to complete a major fatal accident investigation within 12 months. The accident involved an entrapment injury to the operator of an articulated boom.

 

A six page information note was issued by the agency within two weeks of the fatality, and its 79 page investigation report was released in August 2015, including recommendations for action. These publications are available on the department’s website.

 

Other speakers in the morning session included Giles Councell, IPAF’s director of operations, and Jose Maria Tamborero del Pino, coordinator of safety technical guidance for the Spanish health and safety institute.

 

The day began with the IPAF annual general meeting, at which Andy Studdert, IPAF president and CEO of NES Rentals, said his first year in post had been focused on managing change within IPAF and creating a culture of intervention in the industry.

 

“We’ve seen more change – driven by IPAF’s new eLearning programme – than we ever imagined”, said Mr Studdert, “It’s coming along quite well and we will end up with a more robust training system worldwide.”

 

He said everybody in the industry needed to take responsible for intervening when they see unsafe practices, “whoever you are, wherever you are. Our single most important job is getting or people home in the same condition as they arrived.”

 

The winners of the 2016 International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) have been revealed in Madrid, with Genie, Haulotte, Nationwide Platforms, Hydro Mobile and France Elevateur among the companies recognised.

 

Art Moore, the 91 year old founder of Snorkel, was given the Lifetime Achievement Award; rental company of the year winner was Nationwide Platforms in the UK; and France Elevateur won the inaugural IAPA Innovation Technology Prize for its new 172 ATBI insulated boom. You can see the list of winners in the hall of fame above.

 

More than 400 professionals attended the annual awards dinner, which took place at the NH Collection hotel in Madrid. The awards were jointly organised by Access International and IPAF.

 

Around 100 entries across 13 award categories were received for the IAPAs 2016

 

2016 GALLERY

2016 SPONSORS

GOLD AND DRINKS
RECEPTION SPONSOR

GOLD SPONSOR

GOLD SPONSOR

SUPPORTING SPONSORS

IAPA 2015

The winners of the International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) 2015 were revealed at a lavish ceremony in Washington, DC, USA.

Around 300 industry professionals gathered at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel to witness the hotly anticipated awards ceremony.

 

More than 100 entries were received for the 2015 IAPAs. “I would like to congratulate the winners of these prestigious industry awards,” said Euan Youdale, editor of Access International, and non-voting chairman of the judges. “There were many outstanding entries this year which produced a great shortlist and culminated in a fantastic evening in Washington. I would like to thank all those who took part and the judges for all their hard work.”

 

The independent and impartial judging panel spent a full day considering all the entries on 10 February 2014 in Paris. The judges made their decisions based on the merit of each entry and were excluded from entering their company for any awards.

 

See the winners in the hall of fame above

 

IAPA 2015 judging panel:

Alan Dotts, sales manager – special products, Toyota Material Handling, USA

Daniel Duclos, owner and chairman of French manufacturer ATN

Alastair Robertson, owner and president, Universal Equipment, USA

Søren Rosenkrands, chief operations officer at Netherlands-based rental company Riwal

Alexandre Saubot, chief operating officer, Haulotte, France

Chris Wraith, technical & safety executive, IPAF

Non-voting chairman of the judges: Euan Youdale, editor, Access International

 

The IAPAs 2015 judging panel - from left: Daniel Duclos, ATN; Alastair Robertson, Universal Equipment; Chris Wraith, IPAF; Søren Rosenkrands, Riwal; and Alexandre Saubot, Haulotte. Alan Dotts, Toyota Material Handling, took part via video conference.

Access Photograph of the Year

Jo Till, director at GT Access in the UK

Sponsored by Facelift

IAPA drinks reception 2015

IAPA gala dinner 2015

IPAF Summit 2015

The 2015 IPAF Summit took place in Washington DC, USA, on 26 March, with around 175 conference delegates in attendance.

 

The 2015 IPAF Summit took place in Washington DC, USA, on 26 March, with around 175 conference delegates in attendance.

 

The one-day conference focused on how new and existing technologies in the access industry will change the face of the market over the next five to 10 years.

 

The morning session was chaired by Lindsey Anderson, Editor of Access Lift & Handlers. Speakers included Giles Councell, IPAF director of operations, who explained the benefits of the Smart Card and current developments like a smart phone app that will provide operator identification.

 

Chris Wraith, IPAF technical and safety executive, outlined the challenges posed by the wide ranging regulations and standards worldwide and explained how IPAF can help influence them through its worldwide network. He added, "We are trying to iron out the differences of our standards worldwide. IPAF is a world authority so this is how we can help do it."

 

Tamlin Roberts, CEO of training development specialist Bolt Learning, explained how eLearning, as well as training in general, should be aimed at the individual's needs and ensure potential operators have fully taken on board the content of that training.

 

Tony Groat, IPAF North America, outlined the challenges in reducing the fatalities caused by electrocution which is the top killer in the North American AWP sector. OSHA regulations for cranes have already been changed to state operators should be 20 ft away from power lines while working - previously it was 10 ft, which is remains the same for aerial work platforms. Mr Groat says the standard for AWPs should be changed soon.

 

The afternoon session, chaired by Tim Whiteman, IPAF CEO, was kick-started with a keynote speach by Frank Nerenhausen, president of JLG, who discussed emerging technologies and their potential applications in the access industry in his talk Gimmicks or the Next Reality. Norty Turner, CEO of Riwal, reporte on rental operations in emerging powered access markets.

 

Stefan Ponea, CEO of Industrial Access, Romania, showed how new technology is being used to combat old fashioned crime; and OSHA's Jordan Barab, deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Labor, provided an update on OSHA's program to prevent falls from height.

 

Other Summit speakers included Audrey Courant from Ducker Research, who  presented IPAF’s latest research into the size of the AWP/MEWP rental sector and IPAF’s forecasts for the coming year; Joanne Ulnick, CEO of Ducker Worldwide, talked about the impact of market dynamics on rental companies, and sharing her journey to uncover new powered access markets was Sibel Aygül, marketing and sales manager at Up Makine from Turkey.

The 2015 event was sponsored by

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IAPA 2014

Winners in Windsor

The International Awards for Powered Access (IAPA) attracted a huge crowd April 3 2014 as fourteen delighted winners picked up their trophies.

 

Such was the anticipation for the ceremony and dinner its main dining area sold out, with some 500 attendees there to enjoy one of the biggest nights in the access industry calendar.

 

The IAPAs took place on the same day as another prestigious event, the IPAF Summit, 3 April 2014, at the historic Beaumont Estate Hotel in Windsor, near London, UK. Compere for the evening was comedian Dom Holland, who ramped up the fun ahead of the awards ceremony.

 

To see the winners from the IAPAs 2014 and from previous years click here

 

 

     IAPA Drinks Reception

     IAPA Dinner

IPAF Summit 2014

There was an outstanding set of presentations at the IPAF Summit 2014.

 

The annual conference took place at the Beaumont Estate hotel in Windsor, Near London, UK, and hosted around 450 industry professionals.

As Tim Whiteman, IPAF CEO, pointed out in his opening remarks, all the talks were aimed at progressing the industry and making it safer.

During the morning breakout session for aerial work platforms Mark Keily and Peter Douglas from Nationwide Platforms provided a frank assessment of the risks found on site and with machines and what their company has done to reduce those risks.

Mr Douglas said despite EN280 and ANSI regulations there is still a long way to go. “There are still areas that are not right with our machines. How can we design these machines with more safety in mind? We have to work on the assumption that everything can be improved when it comes to safety.”

Nationwide Platforms has worked across its fleet of platforms and vehicles, for example, providing edge protection, better grip on truck beds, vehicle walkway systems and improved lighting. On its platforms there have also been many improvements, including upgrading access to MEWPs, edges and handrails and creating lower decks on big scissors and repositioning fuelling points.

Giles Councell, IPAF Director of Operations, ran through the benefits of Smart PAL Cards. They are machine-readable and can be used to ensure that only trained operators use MEWPs on site. It can be used as part of an electronic logbook of operator experience and can be linked to machine tracking systems.

Michel Petitjean, secretary general of the European Rental Association, then reported on a project to help manufacturers understand what the owners of their equipment need from it. It posed a number of questions, including, what are the most common types of damage to equipment and what are the most common accidents? A workshop was then set up to analyse the results, leading to reports on an ongoing bases that manufacturers can refer to. They cover spare parts, simplification of instruction manuals and close attention to standardisation across the industry.

Antonio Barbosa, IPAF’s representative in Brazil, provided some useful statistics about the country. He said there are now 90 rental companies in Brazil, 37 of which are IPAF members, and that is set to increase to 140 companies in the next five years. He explained that the existing safety regulation for general construction NR18 was being reviewed to provide a much more comprehensive standard.

The second breakout session, based on master climbers, included a talk by Kevin O’Shea, director of safety and training at Hydro Mobile about safety. Bobby Reece, Mastclimbers LLC, and Romina Vanzi, IPAF MCWP department manager, examined why operator training is just as important as installer training. There was then a regulations overview by Kevin O’Shea and Romina Vanzi.

 

Plenary session

The afternoon plenary session saw Dave Smith, chair of the UK Contractors Group (UKCG) and COO of Wates Construction, share his tips on managing fleets and keeping them up to scratch and overseeing operators. He said, “Plan it right to get it right.” He pointed out that as equipment becomes more technologically advanced and easier to use, complacency could set in, so we have to be even more rigorous about safety.

Later in the afternoon David Miller, deputy chief inspector of air accidents at the UK’s Air Accident Investigations Branch (AAIB), made the same point, saying that the latest technology has required pilots to receive less training in some cases. His talk explained the processes behind air accident investigation.

Bill Plummer, executive vice-president and CFO with US-based United Rentals, spoke with Fred Bratman, the company’s head of investor relations, about how it demonstrates its potential to investors. Mr Plummer said honesty was key to success, as well as identifying where growth potential in the company lies and clearly demonstrating it to investors and bankers.

Mr Plummer added that the company was planning international expansion, with Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific being of particular interest. He has been charged with identifying those potential markets and making the move when it seems there will be a good rate of return.

Matt Fearon, president of Terex AWP, spoke about working at the greatest heights and said the company’s 180 foot SX-180 and JLG’s recently launched 1850SJ were the beginnings of a new boom category. They would go to work in areas like oil refineries, power plants, steel structures, stadiums, bridge access high rise buildings and dockside cranes. He said there was now a safe choice, rather than using a bucket hung from a crane to access such areas of great height, which is one of the methods used in the past.

Audrey Courant, project manager with Ducker Research Europe, revealed the size of the worldwide rental fleet based on IPAF’s Rental Market Reports. She said it now stands at 1,020,000, up 6% on 2012, mainly as a result of growth in Asia and Latin America. Apart from Europe and North America, Ms Courant also focused on China, estimating that the MEWP rental market had grown 20% over the last year, a trend that is set to continue.

Chris Wraith wrapped up the IPAF Summit by analysing the future of the IPAF accident reporting programme and how best to compare the access industry’s accident rates against others. He concluded that the Fatal Injury Rate, measured by dividing the number of MEWPS on hire by the number of worker fatalities, then multiplying that figure by 100,000 would provide a meaningful figure.

IPAF president Steve Couling concluded the day by thanking all those that had taken part.

 

 

 

     IPAF Networking Drinks

     IPAF Summit

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Previous attendees to the IAPAs and IPAF Summit

Representatives of the following companies have attended the IPAF Summit, IAPA awards or both events.

Attracting international visitors from the access industry with an annual delegation of more than 400 senior executives from major rental companies, manufacturers, fleet owners, training companies, finance groups and access-related professionals.

1 Up Access Ltd

Acarlar Makine, Acarlar Îs Merkezi

Access Platforms Aberdeen Ltd, Back Office

Access Plus (Scotland) Ltd

ACG 5

Adastra Access Ltd

Advanced Access Platforms Ltd

AEM, The Association Of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)

AEQUIMAST Italia Srl, Vendita e Assistenza Piattaforme Aeree e formazione operatori

Aerial Platform & Telehandler Training

Aerial Platform Hire Ltd

AFI-Uplift Ltd

AIAS

AJ Access Platforms Ltd

Alimak Hek Ltd

Alimak Hek Srl

Alimak Hek, Inc

ALO Training Ltda, Alo Group

Alpas Hendrion, Verkoop & Service, Verhuur / Hef- & Hoogwerksystemen

ALS Safety Limited

Amir Engineering & Trade Co. Ltd

ANFIA, Gruppo Costruttori e allestitori di PLE

AP Aerial Platforms SA

Arbeitsbühnen Buchtmann GmbH

Arbeitsbühnen Koch GmbH

Area Work Platform Inspection, Inc.

Arlift Ltd

Ascendant Access

Ashtead Plant Hire Co Ltd, Customer & Technical Training

AST GmbH Arbeitssicherheit & Technik

Atlas Maschinen GmbH & Co

Bac Verhur

Beijing Jingcheng Heavy Industry Co Ltd

Bella Access Ltd

Blade Access North America

Blazing Technologies Inc

Bleser Mietstation GmbH

Bluelift Srl

Bobo Ciotoli Bocchino, White, Buigara Russell P.A.

Bravi UK Ltd

Braviisol DM Srl

Brogan Group (UK) Ltd T/A Brogan Group

Bronto Skylift OY AB

BS Technology Pte Ltd

Bucks Access Rentals Ltd

C.M.I. NOLEGGI SRL

Camillo Vismara SA

CELA Srl

Charles Wilson Engineers Ltd

CITB - Employer Services, CITB National Specialist Team

CO.MA.CO. Srl, Piattaforme Aeree

CO.ME.T. OFFICINE Srl, Piattaforme Aeree

Construction Plant-hire Association

CORMIDI Srl, Piattaforme Aeree

Cormidi USA

Corrado - Livio, C/O Servizi Impresa Srl

CP Info

CTE SpA

CTE UK Ltd

Cumberland Industries UK Ltd

Custom Equipment, Inc

Dex Machinery Trading Sdn Bhd

Dinolift Oy

Discovery Plant And Tools

Dott. Ing. Daniele Novelli, Direttore U.F. Verifiche Macchine e Impianti - ASF Regione Toscana

Ducker Research Europe

Dülgar - Yüksel, Dülgar Platform & Vinc

Edge International

Editorial Gilusan SL, MOVICARGA

Edmolift UK Ltd

Elavation Ltd

ENTEC, Enlace de Tecnologia, Proyectos y Servicios, S.A. de C.V.

EZ Scaffold

Facelift Access Hire

FJ Supply Corporation

Fraco Products Ltd

Galmon (S) Pte Ltd

GAM General De Alquiler De Maquinaria, S. A.

GEDA USA Elevator And Material Lift Company, LLC

GEDA-Dechentreiter GmbH & Co KG

Genfor Lease Pte Ltd

Genie Europe

Genie Europe (France)

Genie UK Ltd

Gerhard Hillebrand

Giraffe Access Company Limited

Goian North America

GS IND. e COM EQUIPAMENTOS HIDRÁULICOS LTDA, GS Guiton Socage Aerial Platforms

GT Access Ltd

HAE - Hire Association Europe

Hamilton Ventures

Harsco Infrastructure

Haulotte Argentina

Haulotte Group

Haulotte Hubarbeitsbühnen GmbH

Haulotte Italia Srl, Headquarter

Haulotte Netherlands BV

Haulotte UK Ltd

Haulotte US Inc

Hays Companies of Illinois

Height for Hire (Safety Training) Ltd

Heli Rent

Henderson Insurance Brokers Ltd

Hert Arbeitsbühnen Vermietung GmbH

Higher Access

Highway Plant Co Ltd

Hinkel Equipment Rental Associates, Inc.

Hinowa SpA

Hoj Engineering & Sales Co

Hoogwerker Centrum Nederland BV

Horizon Platforms Ltd

HSS Hire Service Group Ltd, Training Department

Hubarbeitsbühnen Bielefeld GmbH

Hunan Runshare Heavy Industry Co Ltd

Hunan Sinoboom Heavy Industry Co Ltd

HUNE RENTAL, S. L.

Hydro Mobile

IMDER/ISDER

IMER International SPA, IMER Iteco - AWP Division

Immaculate Perception

INAIL Ex ISPESL, Dipartmento Tecnologia di Sicurezza

INATIV

Independent Parts & Service Ltd

Industrial Access SA

InspHire Inc.

inspHire Ltd

Institute For Aerial Lift Safety

Interex- Chile, Sociedad Comercial Interex Chile Ltda

IRON PLANET, Auctioneers

JLG Deutschland GmbH

JLG France

JLG Industries (UK) Ltd

JLG Industries Italia Srl

JLG Industries, Inc

JLG International NL

JLG Latino Americana

Jorge Lozano - Trabalhos Em Altura - Form/Serv Unipessoal, Lda

Kamphuis Hoogwerkers BV

Kardon Kontracts Ltd

KF Consulting di Ketty Furlan

King Highway Products Ltd

Klimer Platforms Inc

Latchways Plc

Lavendon Group plc

Lectura GmbH

Lift Level Srl

Lifterz Ltd

L'Involucro di Renata Bernardini, Division di Medinlabor Srl

Loc Show Comunicação Comércio E Locação de  Aparelhos Audiovisuais Ltda

London Tower Service

Loxam Access Ltd

LTECH - Lifting Technology, Regus BC 7th Floor

M & T Magazine

Machrent SA

Maltech.ch AG

Manitou Benelux

Manitou BF

Manitou Deutschland GmbH

Manitou Italia

Manitou UK Ltd

Maquinarias Paco SL

Mastclimbers LLC

mateco media gmbh

Matilsa SA

MavelTech AG

Maximum Capacity Media

Mayer Hubarbeitsbühnen GmbH

MEC - Aerial Work Platforms

Mecaplús SL

Mediapoint & Communications SRL

Megaequipos SA

Mentor Training Ltd

Merca Real Estate Services

MILLS Rental, Mills Estruturas e Serviços de Engenharia S.A

Ministero Del Lavoro E Delle Politiche Sociale, Div. VI - Sicurezza e lgiene sul Lavoro

Ministry Of Manpower, Occupational Safety & Health Division

Modern (Singapore) Access & Equipment Pte. Ltd

Multitel Pagliero SpA

Nacanco SpA

Nationwide Platforms Ltd

NCCCO

Neon Hire Service Ltd

NES Rentals Holdings, Inc

New Fol Di Liquorini Otello

Niftylift Inc

Niftylift Ltd

NO.VE Srl

Nolves Srl, Noleggio E Vendita Elevatori E Piattaforme Aeree

NOVITAL SRL

O.MEC Srl

Oil & Steel SpA

Omnitalent Benelux BV

Orsa Maggiore International Srl, Macchine Cantieri

Palazzani Industrie SpA

Palfinger North America - Platforms Division

Palfinger Platforms GmbH

Parmiani noleggi Srl

PB Lifttechnik GmbH

Peinemann Hoogwerk Systemen BV

Perkins Engine Inc

Peter Cramer GmbH & Co KG

Peter Jones Consulting

Piattaforme Aeree Formazione SRL

Pink Platforms

Platform Basket Srl

Pop-Up Products Ltd

Power Platform Services Ltd

Power Towers Ltd

Power-Lift Deutschland GmbH

Pradel Arbeitsbühnen GmbH

Proing, Ltda

Prolift Access Ltd

R2 Access Platforms

Ramirent PLC Head Office

Ranger Equipment Ltd incorp. The Spiderlift Co, Unit P2

Rapid Platforms Ltd

Reachmaster

Reechcraft, Inc

Rental Consulting

Rentalmak S.A.S.

RENTALSUL LOCAÇÕES LTDA.

Rirent Europe BV

Riwal

Riwal UK Ltd

Roggermaier GmbH

Rolift

Rösler Software-Technik GmbH

Ruthmann GmbH & Co KG

S.A.S. Group SpA

SafeWorks

Safway Services, LLC

Sangwin Plant Hire Ltd

Savis Service Snc, Di Avitabile Antonio & C.,

Scaffold and Access Industry Association

Scanclimber

Serious Labs Inc

Service One, Inc.

SETIF, Centro di Formazione IPAF

Sheet Metal Workers #33 Cleveland JATC

Sheet Metal Workers Local 137 JATC, Signage

SKY ACES Srl

SkyAccess AG

Skyjack Europe Ltd

Skyjack Inc

Skyjack UK Ltd

Smart Platform Rental Ltd

SmartEquip, Inc

Snorkel

Snorkel USA

SOCAGE SRL

Solaris Equipamentos e Serviços Ltda

SpanSet Ltd

Speedy Hire

SPG

Spielhoff Arbeitsbühnenvermietung

Steadman Lifts

Stirnimann AG

Sullair Argentina, S.A.

Sunbelt Rentals

SuperOffice Software Limited

SVBL, Schweizerische Vereinigung Für Die Berufsbildung In Der Logistik

Tecnoalt Srl

Terex AWP

Terex Corporation

Teupen Maschinenbau GmbH

TIME - Versalift

Torres Equipos S.A.S.

TRADE LAB SpA, Trade Marketing and Retail Management

Training-4-Safety

Trico Lift

TUV SUD America

TVH Belgium

TVH nv

TVH UK Ltd

Udert

UNI Ente Nazionale di Unificazione, Italian member of UNI and CEN

United Rentals Inc

Universal Equipment Inc

Urban Access

VALE

Vernazza Autogru Srl

Vertikal EVENTS

Vertikal Press Ltd

Vertikal Verlag

Vertimac BVBA

Wagert Arbeitsbühnen-Vermietung

WEMO-tec GmbH

Zeppelin Rental GmbH & Co. KG

 

 

 

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March 8, 2018, Miami USA