All Germany Articles

Teupen ‘new concept’ launch
Compact, versatile spider lift sees updates across chassis, turret and boom 
9 equipment rental events to look out for in 2024
ARA Show, Intermat, Bauma China and more are slated for this year
Klubb acquires Hematec
France-based group buys Germany and Austria distributor 
Senior politician visits HKL in Lübeck
Upcoming projects discussed during visit
Partnerlift makes new appointment
Communication specialist comes from major European aerial platform manufacturer
Disrupting the disruptors: How Austrian rental site Digando is taking on tech platform startups
Digando chief executive Alexander Höss sets out his strategy for taking on tech startups at their own game.
Top rental acquisitions of 2023
2023 has seen several significant purchases by rental companies
Participate in ERA/IRN RentalTracker for Q4 2023
Companies invited to take part in anonymous survey
Zagreb Cathedral renovation uses GEDA transport platforms
Two 1500 Z/ZP machines, six GEDA Comfort landing safety gates key to construction site
Alimak takes action to improve Facade profits
Range of measures includes merging assembly sites 
Easy Lift duo for Germany
Real estate complex and rental company take deliveries 
GEDA hoists help renovate Frederiksborg Castle in Denmark
Two rack and pinion hoists useful in construction on 17th century monument
City invests in hybrid truck mounts in drive to Net Zero
Five 7.5-tonne Steiger TBRs to expand Cologne’s vehicle fleet for green spaces 
How equipment rental supports military veterans
Leading rental businesses are recognized for their commitment to building a labor force with people who’ve served their country
Germany’s access rental market remains fragmented
A consistent economic powerhouse, Germany struggles against long-standing headwinds in this sector, which sees its smaller neighbors poised for growth
Four construction workers killed in Germany after scaffolding collapse
Four construction workers have died on a construction site in Germany and another was seriously injured after scaffolding fell down an elevator shaft.The workers were all reported to be Bulgarian and were working in a building when the scaffolding collapsed from the eighth floor.
Graeber invests in fifth 180ft Genie boom
Graeber Rentals takes delivery of another SX-180 super boom 
Access in Central Europe - a report
Delving into a wide and varied access equipment market
Platformers’ Days - in review
There was a range of new and updated products on show at the Germany-based exhibition 
Loxam hits €1bn annual revenues in France
Rest of the world also posts double digit growth
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