17.05.2019

More photos from Vertikal Days

Vertikal Days 2019 is now over, and was yet another successful year, with a record number of exhibitors as well and machines on show. The event, yet again, saw good weather as the sun shone on Donington Park. The following is an initial pictorial review of the show with more to come over the next few days.
The show had a record number of exhibitors and machines on display

Visitors making their way to the entrance

As well as its unique vehicle mounts, Comet UK had a Faraone Elevah lift on its stand - the companies are currently in negotiations regarding UK distribution

Hird brought the new Winlet 1000 crawler, which can operate as a glass lifter and a crane...

...as well as the launch of the new Oil & Steel Snake 1470 truck mounted platform

CTE UK launched the 20 metre Traccess 200 spider lift, with plans in place for a 27 metre model

Straight from its unveiling at Bauma, Liebherr showed the 650/700 tonne LTM 1650-8.1 All Terrain crane

Snorkel had it's SR626 telehandler among its scissor and boom lifts

The Marketplace was busy throughout

Load Monitoring Systems showed its new Combo kit

Cranesafe's stand was dedicated to this impressive crane simulator, which works with its anti-collision systems

New exhibitor Rolls Battery UK showed a range of deep cycle batteries

CPL launched the Klubb KT20 truck mounted platform

A heartwarming sight as Barry Barnes [L] and son Chris of Mann Crane Hire celebrate the former's 76th birthday with a refurbished old friend, a Coles Hydra 120T

Bill Ellis of Ellis Crane Hire was on hand to provide entertainment with his banjo

Ian Burton of SHB Vehicle Hire and Chris Wrenn of Versalift UK - SHB has ordered 10 13.5 metre VTL-135-Fs, with 25 more due in October

Montarent recently celebrated the appointment of Ladybird Crane Hire as its UK distributor, and the sale of its first crane in Ireland

Alfa Access Services showed spider cranes from Italian manufacturer BG Lift/Brennero Gru

Rivertek Services brought two new Kato cranes to the show, including the 100 tonne KA-1000RX All Terrain crane

Multitel Pagliero showed the new 25 metre MZ 250 truck mounted platform

ITI UK demonstrated its VR crane simulator

IPAF talked visitors through its Street Smart Safety Zone, which addressed the rising number of accidents involving aerial lifts on public roads

Genie's new GS-1330 scissor lift

GMG demonstrated its Overhead Warning System feature

JT Crane Services launched its nine tonne CC90 tracked carrier

First time exhibitor Fontexx showed a selection of Eastman Heavy Machinery scissor lifts

A busy JCB stand

Visitors were greeted by a Falcon Tower Crane Services machine outside the entrance, along with a Sarens Demag All Terrain crane, and a Versalift Unimog aerial lift

Once again, My Future My Choice gave school students the chance to operate a Liebherr crane, as well as take part in numerous building challenges throughout the day

The students and organisers from My Future My Choice and Liebherr

The children also got to tour the event - shown here learning about new exhibitor Xenith Heights' safety products

A busy catering tent, where guests enjoyed a hot lunch

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