JLG Industries Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company, is a world leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of access equipment (aerial work platforms and telehandlers). The company's portfolio extends beyond its own well-known brand of AWPs and telehandlers to SkyTrak telehandlers, TRIPLE-L trailers, LiftPod personal portable lifts and a growing line of JLG vertical and mobile stock picking lifts for material-handling applications.
The 5394RT engine powered scissors lift features standard -ft. deck extension for more space for people and materials and a standard oscillating axle for enhanced terrainability.
22-gal. fuel tank
24.8-hp diesel Kubota D1305 engine...
The 460SJ telescopic boom lift features improved multifunction capability to increase productivity as well as a new hood design to provide more durability and serviceability.
22-gal. fuel tank
49-hp Deutz D2.9L4 Tier 4 Final engine...
The 3614 RS and 4017RS telehandlers feature single joystick controls, enhanced visibility from the cab and a mechanical suspension seat to enhance operator comfort and productivity.
3614RS offers a 46-ft. maximum lift height and a 7,937-lb...
Location Blais, a JLG dealer in Quebec, Canada, used its 40th anniversary as the impetus to paint a JLG 450AJ articulating boom lift pink. But the unusual move was not taken to draw attention to the business milestone. Rather, the pink lift is...
With two JLG 1850SJ Ultra Boom lifts already working in the field, MacAllister Rentals is looking forward to taking delivery of its third unit shortly. The Indianapolis-based rental company already has demand to keep the 185-foot lift busy.
Three JLG 1850SJ Ultra Boom lifts recently arrived in New York City to work on the highest reaches of the Oculus, the new transportation building that will serve the reborn World Trade Center complex and all of lower Manhattan.
Riwal, the UK aerial work platform and telehandler rental specialist, is expanding its fleet of aerial work platforms with six JLG 1850SJ ultrabooms, the world’s largest boom lift, with a working height of 185 feet (58.6 meters).
JLG’s mobile solution was developed by Artisan E-Learning, a contractor based in Jacksonville, FL. The course provides customers with the basic information needed to read JLG hydraulic schematics and understand JLG hydraulic systems.
Browsing the displays at industry trade shows this spring, it was easy to spot the predominant trends in aerial product designs. Two in particular stand out: boom lifts with working heights over 180 feet, and hybrid scissor and booms.