LHA December 2022

Worldwide, compact and push-around lifts are the fastest growing (M)EWP market segment. But how are they faring in Australia and the wider region? Dan Jenkins finds out. Pride comes before a fall, especially when complacency is allowed to creep into a business. The Insider Ashley Thacker describes how to become a sure-footed, dynamic leader in […]

20/12/2022 - 14:32 pm

LHA Oct/Nov 2022

In this issue: The fourth annual LEEA Awards winners were announced during the Awards Ceremony, held at in Aberdeen, Scotland. Can the EWP industry do even more to reduce risk and prevent accidents? Dan Jenkins reports. Industry must take better care of its lifting and rigging gear, especially as another Australian summer approaches says Ashley […]

29/11/2022 - 20:21 pm

LHA July/Aug 2022

Inside this issue Self-locking hooks have changed the lifting industry, but their use is yet to become universal, says Felix Nyberg of The Crosby Group. Scissor lifts are staple machines for working at height in industrial and logistics applications. Dan Jenkins reports. Justin Boehm, regional general manager at the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA), looks […]

06/09/2022 - 14:49 pm

LHA May/June 2022

Inside this issue LEEA’s Justin Boehm, reflects on the Association’s Regional Council for Australia and New Zealand as it approaches the end of its first year – something to be GLAD about. Australian-made fastening technology radically cuts slew bearing bolting time for mission-critical cranes and loaders. (M)EWP parts and service operations have risen to the […]

29/06/2022 - 15:34 pm

LHA March/April 2022

In this issue IPAF examines the evolution of safety – we report from the annual International Powered Access Federation’s Summit LEEA’s Justin Boehm explains why the TEAM Card demonstrates another way LEEA trained technicians in Australia are a cut above the rest. Electric and hybrid EWPs are finally coming of age. Dan Jenkins reports. The […]

27/04/2022 - 15:23 pm

LHA Jan/Feb 2022

Justin Boehm, regional general manager at LEEA explains why the Association’s Regional Council in Australia and New Zealand is prioritising the implementation of a Lifting Equipment Technician Apprenticeship. Towable boom lifts remain a popular choice with contractors and a low-cost alternative to self-propelled booms in developing markets. Dan Jenkins reports. Richard Phillips, mechanical engineer at […]

18/02/2022 - 16:09 pm

LHA November/December 2021

LEEA incoming chairman, Kat Moss, sets out her training and technology intentions. In Face Time Tim Ekert talks to Maria Hadlow about the exciting times ahead for Verton as he takes on the role of CEO of the company. Dan Jenkins reports on the changing market and growing awareness of compact, electric EWPs. We must […]

20/12/2021 - 13:45 pm

LHA Sept/Oct 2021

In this issue We must respect new protocols, but not let them become a distraction says The Insider, Ashley Thacker of Ranger Lifting. New coil grab for automated EOT crane applications Face Time: Life as a field service engineer gave Matthew Elvin a great grounding in the lifting equipment business; today he is CEO of […]

26/10/2021 - 17:53 pm

LHA July/August 2021

Inside this issue   The Insider, Ashley Thacker of Ranger Lifting reflects on the first LEEA Australia-New Zealand Council meeting , as new era of regional leadership dawns. Some members of the new Australia and New Zealand Regional Council share their aspirations in a Q&A Face Time. IPAF invites members to join new International Safety […]

10/08/2021 - 19:34 pm

LHA May/June 2021

Inside this month’s issue Managing your wire rope lifecycle – Maria Hadlow talks to some experts. It is vital that mangers in end user sectors understand the consequences of non-compliance with lifting regulations and their responsibilities says LEEA’s Justin Boehm. Environmental issues, compact size and increasing ease of use are making minicranes and pick-and-carry cranes […]

19/05/2021 - 14:15 pm

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LHA December 2022

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