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Tire Talk: Inspection and Replacement Tips for Aerial Work Platform Tires

A lot is riding on your aerial work platform (AWP) tires.

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Case Study: Genie Partners with WWCC to Proactively Train New Service Technicians

According to upcoming changes to the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA), only a qualified person should inspect and maintain mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.

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Aerial Pros Minute: Slab Scissor Gradeability

Learn more about the Scissor lift gradeability in this months Aerial Pros Minute

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Summer Sizzle

Beat the heat by prepping your fleet for the summer season

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Envelope Control for Aerial Work Platforms

Envelope-controlled aerial work platforms are growing in popularity in the rental market because they have enabled the equipment to achieve greater heights.

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Evolution of Aerial Safety and Training Programs

When I started working in a rental yard on aerial equipment in May of 1976, today’s training and safety programs didn’t exist yet because the industry wasn't very big at the time.

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Lift Pro Online Product Training: Intro to Genie Trailer Mounted Booms

Learn more about the Genie Trailer Mounted Booms through this 15 minute interactive presentation

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Invest in a Good Sales Team

No matter if you are a large or small rental house, public or private company, when you are reviewing your return on invested capital (ROIC) you have the same cost-of-ownership considerations as the competition: Price, freight, availability, maintenance and repair costs, to name a few.

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Lift Pro Online Product Training: Intro to Genie Telehandlers

Learn more about the Genie Telehandlers through this 15 minute interactive presentation

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The Importance of Technician Training Programs

Training in the aerial industry is very important — operator safety is the number one priority each and every time someone gets into a piece of aerial equipment.

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Why Inventory Management is Important in Rental Fleets

Over the last 10 years, our rental customers have become extremely more proficient in the tracking of rental fleets by machine — revenue generated, rental rates, time of utilization, maintenance/repair costs, interest costs, downtime, warranty costs/issues, depreciation and resale prices.

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Lift Pro Online Product Training: Intro to Genie Booms

Learn more about the Genie Boom Lifts through this 15 minute interactive presentation

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National Safety Stand-Down: Rental Ready

Kicking the tires and lighting the fires isn’t enough

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Lift Pro Online Product Training: Intro to Genie Scissor Lifts

Learn more about the Genie Scissor Lifts through this 15 minute interactive presentation

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Lift Pro Online Product Training: Intro to Genie History and Portable Products

Learn more about Genie history and portable products through this 15 minute interactive presentation:

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Understanding Tier 4 Engines on Telehandlers

With telehandlers now equipped with Tier 4 final engines, it is important for the aerial rental industry to better understand the different engine technologies and industry regulations.

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OSHA Issues “Working Safely with Scissor Lifts” Alert

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has released an updated hazard alert that highlights specific hazards present in workplaces where scissor lifts are used, and defines specific controls employers must implement to prevent incidents.

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Easy Troubleshooting with Scissor Error Codes on Smartlink® Equipped Machines

Did you ever wish a machine would simply tell you what is wrong with it and how to fix it?

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What is the difference between an articulating boom and a telescopic boom?

Aerial lift equipment is used in a wide range of industries on jobsites and in facilities around the world.

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Aerial Battery Maintenance Tips

A well maintained battery can yield up to three times longer equipment life.

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