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Update: SAIA Canadian Council
New gaps analysis tool in development will address specific requirements for scaffold and access equipment across Canada’s provinces
The latest trends in access equipment on show in Paris
A growing variety of OEMs take the stage at Intermat, showcasing their latest innovations with an emphasis on sustainability
SAIA award winners announced
The 2023 Scaffold & Access Industry Association (SAIA) celebrated the industry’s best during its awards dinner gala on Oct. 19
APEX Asia 2023 opens in Shanghai
Exhibitors to display latest MEWP models
ConExpo 2023: what access equipment will be on show?
OEMs set to unveil latest launches
Top access acquisitions of 2022
Access International recaps the top acquisitions this year
Access equipment at Bauma 2022 - full review
Product launches and news from the access industry at Bauma 
Project wrap: 16 stories of scaffolding
East Coast Rigging & Scaffolding of Florida recently erected 16 levels of scaffolding for a job in Coral Gables
SAIA’s 50-year journey
The SAIA is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. David Glabe takes a walk down the SAIA’s memory lane which leads him to ponder the future
PI 101: Permanent installed platforms, cradles, gondolas
Brian Andrews, vice president of engineering for Bee Access, discusses the ins and outs of permanent installed platforms, cradles and gondolas
Mtandt to distribute Web Deck
Suspended access specialist Web Systems signs up Mtandt for its Web Deck product in India
Winsafe awarded nuclear contract
Two suspended platforms based on a modular concept will provide access inside reactor vaults
Winsafe tapped for dam project
The company will custom-build an engineered, suspended platform to operate within the penstocks of the new $9b Canadian megaproject 
Alimak suspended access acquisition
Alimak Group has acquired building maintenance unit (BMU) suspended access producer Facade Access Group for AU$120 million (US$157.8 million)
Spider provides Oakland Bay Bridge access
Rosendin Electric turned to Spider when faced with the task of installing radar equipment and security cameras on San Francisco's Oakland Bay Bridge, US.
Spider provides equipment for NYC hotel
The company's units were used for six months at a challenging Times Square jobsite
Hubler appointed sales manager for Power Climber
He will be responsible for managing Power Climber's sales relationships
Spider provides access for chimney job
The company provided a custom suspended scaffold for a 125-foot-tall chimney in Chicago
Spider provides equipment for Panama Canal project
By the time the project is completed in 2016, the movement capacity per ship for the Panama Canal will increase from 5,000 Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (TEUs) to 13,000 TEUs due to the ability for large vessels to pass through
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