Tier 4 final emissions standards have already driven large disruptions in aerial rental, but pending changes to the ANSI A92/CSA B354 standards series* (which covers all North American aerials), be on the lookout for these standards to have an even greater impact in the years to come.
Genie Safety Minute is intended to facilitate health and safety discussions on the job site.
Investing in new product categories, or extending the size range of your current fleet of equipment, is a great way to expand your business’s reach with existing and new customers.
In May 2016, the US safety standard for Rough Terrain Forklifts, ANSI/ITSDF B56.6, was revised.
As a leader in the aerial equipment industry, we are always looking for ways to continue “Building the Future.” It’s more than our 50th anniversary slogan; it’s how we do business.
Ever wonder how equipment manufacturers come up with the next big thing?
ANSI (United States) and CSA (Canada) standards have, for almost four decades, provided best practices for safe, reliable access to work at height and have delivered a consistent benchmark for safe machine design in North America.
Historically, horsepower has been a key parameter for customers as they spec telehandlers for the rental applications.
With access to capital constrained, we are going to see the development of innovative equipment ownership strategies.
Celebrating 50 years in business can’t be all retrospective, we need to also look forward: What’s next?
With the Genie Z-60/37FE boom, equipped with a Fuel Electric Hybrid System, we give our customers the opportunity to choose either from a full electric machine or a diesel powered machine, environmental consciousness with lower cost of operation.
In theory, everyone knows that preventive maintenance is the key to keeping equipment running at peak efficiency and to getting a better return on invested capital (ROIC).
Nobody likes paying for machine transport.
Base questions to ask customer to match the right machine to the need
A lot is riding on your aerial work platform (AWP) tires.
Learn more about the Scissor lift gradeability in this months Aerial Pros Minute
In today’s market, there are numerous resources for buying used equipment — including auctions, local equipment distributors, manufacturers who take trade-ins, trade publications and used equipment websites.
Buying used equipment can be a smart way to reduce investment cost and increase profit margins.
Beat the heat by prepping your fleet for the summer season
Envelope-controlled aerial work platforms are growing in popularity in the rental market because they have enabled the equipment to achieve greater heights.
Learn more about Genie Telehandler lift shackles in this months Aerial Pros Minute