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Allan Leibowitz introduces news edition #847

Thursday, 16 November 2017 ( #847 )
Editor Allan Leibowitz comments on the news of the week
Editor Allan Leibowitz comments on the news of the week
A couple of weeks ago, we noted a surge of new models in various markets. Well, that trend continues, and today, we report on a few more debuts. In the telehandler market, there are new offerings from Bobcat. Meanwhile, Manitou has unveiled several new products at the Agritechnica trade show in Hannover. We also report on a new tyre range from JLG and Continental, while TVH has introduced a safety light solution. On another topic, we would like to apologise to anyone who was unable to access our website last week. Unfortunately, as an online operation, we are dependent on Internet connectivity to serve the market. Last week, our service provider had some technical issues which knocked out our connections - along with those of other customers. Thankfully, we were back up and running after a short delay. But we're sorry if the outage affected you in any way.

Fact of the week

The Japanese eat over 17 million tonnes of fish per year and are the largest importer of seafood. In Japan seafood is a staple food and included in most meals.
Ice Castles in Lincoln, New Hampshire - United States
These towering spires and glowing walls were carefully crafted with hundreds of thousands of icicles.

Your Focus

Stewart Gosling
Stewart Gosling

Fact of the week

The Japanese eat over 17 million tonnes of fish per year and are the largest importer of seafood. In Japan seafood is a staple food and included in most meals.
Ice Castles in Lincoln, New Hampshire - United States
These towering spires and glowing walls were carefully crafted with hundreds of thousands of icicles.

Your Focus

Stewart Gosling
Stewart Gosling

Fact of the week

The Japanese eat over 17 million tonnes of fish per year and are the largest importer of seafood. In Japan seafood is a staple food and included in most meals.
Ice Castles in Lincoln, New Hampshire - United States
These towering spires and glowing walls were carefully crafted with hundreds of thousands of icicles.