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1850SJ Ultra Booms Working at World Trade Center Complex

When it opens in 2015, the 800,000-sq.-ft. facility for rail, bus and taxi services will see an estimated 200,000 commuters and thousands of tourists pass through its doors daily.

Mon September 22, 2014 - Northeast Edition
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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. When it opens in 2015, the 800,000-sq.-ft. facility for rail, bus and taxi services will see an estimated 200,000 commuters and thousands of tourists pass through its doors daily.




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