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by Genie On Oct 29, 2015, 03:00 AM

Wind Power is Booming in Michigan

For Tim Matthews, it would seem that “good enough” is never good enough. The site supervisor (maintenance group) for Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas Wind Systems is continually looking for ways to increase efficiency in his turbine maintenance and repair operation. On a recent project to retrofit 50 Upper Michigan towers with lightning-deterrent tips, Vestas crews utilized four new self-propelled Genie® SX-180 booms. Offering 180 feet of vertical reach, the new boom is the largest unit the company currently offers and, despite a wet, cold spring which hindered production, played a key role in helping Matthews and his crews get back on track and actually complete the project a bit ahead of schedule. Read the rest of the story here  
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Genie® SX™-180 Boom Saves O.D.S. Marine Time and Money

The Chenaux Generating Station on the Ottawa River in Ontario, Canada, uses the river’s current to generate electricity to power nearly 150,000 homes on the grid.

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Genie™ SX-180 Boom is Capital Idea for Contractor Erecting Ferris Wheel

Cianbro Construction prides itself on handling projects that are a bit out of the ordinary.

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Aerial Fleet Management: Considerations for 2WD vs. 4WD Boom Lifts

Aerial equipment is among the most rented machines in your rental store’s fleet.

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