Equipment Type

 Telescoping Boom Aerial Platform, Truck and Trailer Mounted

products

The E190 features a 202-foot working height with fiberglass jib extension

The SI-197 HDT telescoping boom lift is mounted on a TOR 8x6 all-wheel-steer chassis.

The E160 E-Line telescoping boom has a detachable 34x72-inch work platform.

The E160/215 aerial work platform has working height of 215 feet, side reach of 80 feet, and can carry up to 1,200 pounds on the platform.

M85 HiReach material handling aerial work platform offers 87 feet of working height on a non-CDL truck chassis.

Blogs

Big Iron
Construction is a local operation. Recruitment, therefore, must be local.
Big Iron
Out of the first 3,163 FAA exemptions for drones, 1,883 of them were for construction and infrastructure use.
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Successful fleet integrations of telematics are few and far between, and the penetration rate remains low across the industry.
Big Iron
John Meese, CEM, is the 2016-17 chairman of AEMP, and he has set his sights on a more diverse association.

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From the editors 

Rod Sutton @rodsutton
For lack of a safety zone, construction worker killed. https://t.co/Unf5vxwK3I
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Rod Sutton @rodsutton
Only 12% use telematics, and here's how. https://t.co/3irSs8053m
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I always enjoy writing the @AEMP_ORG and...
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