BiI-Jax Celebrates 60th Anniversary With Its First-Ever Self-Propelled Boom Lift

Wed June 06, 2007 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


In celebration of its 60th anniversary, Bil-Jax Inc. will enter new markets in 2007 with the introduction of its first-ever self-propelled boom lift, the SLT-3632. The company also will launch a series of trailer-mounted aerial lifts specifically designed and approved for the European market.

The SLT-3632 represents the first offering in a planned series of X-Boom machines. The X-Booms will match industry standards for gradeability, platform height and outreach, four-wheel drive speed and maneuverability, but will be lighter and less expensive than conventional self-propelled boom lifts, the company said.

According to Steve Citron, Bil-Jax’s director of business development, the X-Booms represent “a new category of self-propelled boom lifts that will satisfy a longstanding, unmet market need.” Six models are planned, with additional telescopic and articulating models arriving later this year.

For more information, visit www.biljax.com.




Today's top stories

Volvo Construction Equipment Adds EC380E Straight Boom Excavator to Purpose-Built Demolition Tool Lineup

The Sky's the Limit at AED's 2021 Summit in Las Vegas

Work Resumes On Michigan's Firesteel River Bridge

BLEX Conducts Major Earth Work Operations in Missouri

Gulf Restoration Project Due to Begin in Barataria Bay

Engcon Selected As Preferred Supplier by John Deere

VIDEO: Contractor Holds Virtual 'Clinic' for Dredging, Recycling Job

JLG's Shippensburg, Pa., Manufacturing Facility Is Recognized by DOE As a 50001 Ready Site


 






ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo ceg-logo