Kardie Equipment will be in the Houston area on February 15th for the SAIA AWP Council's ANSI Requirement Update and Meet the Manufacturer event at the Houston Area Safety Council (HASC) in Pasadena, Texas on 2/15/2018. This event will be a lunch and learn with lunch being provided by Torchy's Tacos and a variety of speakers addressing topics vital to the Aerial Work Platform industry. At the conclusion of the lunch and learn, there will be an opportunity to meet with manufacturer reps and see equipment. To close out the event, HASC will be providing an open bar as well.
Bronto Skylift, a leading manufacturer of truck-mounted aerial work platforms (AWPs), has named TGM Wind Services LLC, an AWP rental specialist, as distributor for Bronto products in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Michigan.
This expanding partnership with Bronto Skylift will enable steady, continuous growth for TGM and provide more opportunities
November, 2013—Arcadis US had secured a contract with the US Air Force Air Mobility Command to perform an inspection of the wooden structural support joists in two World War II era hangars at the Naval Air Engineering Station Lakehurst in New Jersey. The hangars were damaged when Hurricane Sandy slammed into the area.
Bronto Skylift North America featured a 230-ft. Model S 230 XTD truck-mounted aerial lift in its display at ICUEE 2013.
The model is not new in the Bronto line, but it is the first owned by TGM Wind Services, Abilene, Texas. Although a large, high-reaching truck-mounted aerial by most standards, the S 230 XTD is significantly