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Telescopic Boom Lift

Sinoboom’s self-propelled Telescopic Boom Lifts offer rugged, excellent performance and reliable design, to provide users with a safe and adaptable aerial work platform that can meet the challenging conditions and needs of the environment. Self-travel capability during aerial operation makes for genuine flexibility. Telescopic models go right up to 44m max. working height, with a large range of operation, high efficiency, powerful engines and large load capacity. Units are able to hold 2-3 operators and boast up to 40% gradeability, enabling parking and starting on a slope with no risk of slippage. These Telescopic Boom Lifts are widely used in shipbuilding and repairing, large-scale steel structures (inc. manufacturing), construction engineering, urban utilities, building maintenance, gardening, airports and harbors, curtain wall engineering, petrochemical industry applications and more.

Articulating Boom Lift

SINOBOOM Articulating Boom Lifts include both diesel and electric driven models, with the primary feature being the highly flexible and convenient, multi-stage folding boom. Their articulation and rotation in particular allows this type of work platform to out-maneuver various obstacles and work at several points without the need to reposition the base. With a wide operating range, high efficiency and large load capacity, numerous technical innovations have been incorporated into the design so that the product boasts high-level safety, reliability and operability. Articulating Boom Lifts are widely used for plant installation and maintenance, venue construction and maintenance, construction engineering, large-scale warehousing, aviation and aerospace industry applications, airports and harbors, urban utilities and gardening, curtain wall engineering and more.

Scissor Lift

SINOBOOM’s extensive range of scissor lifts includes both diesel and electric driven propulsion, hydraulic and motor powered lift. Diesel models feature robust and dynamic designs that offer outstanding stability, quality and safety. Options include units for outdoor and indoor use, with gradeability and tire types that are ideal for flat surfaces and won’t mark, through to those that can handle rough terrain. Both hydraulic and motor-driven electric scissor lifts are efficient and easy to operate, with self-traveling and turning capabilities. These access platforms bring great performance at low and high speeds, in various operating conditions. A wide range of movements can be carried out by a single, aerial operator, including raising and lowering the platform, steering, backwards and forwards movements.Compared to traditional manual, hydraulic platforms, working efficiency is greatly improved, with lower labor intensity and a reduced number of operators required. In addition, intelligent alarms protect both staff and equipment, and the platform can be disassembled for easy to transport.


Spider Lift

SINOBOOM’s Spider Lift takes its name from the four spider-like legs which provide optimal stability when deployed onto the ground. Compact in structure, it offers a large working range and is highly flexible, all in a small footprint. Compared to other aerial work platforms, the spider lift enjoys the following advantages when working in the same height and range: light weight, low pressure rubber tracks, better access in narrow sites, adaptable to poor road conditions, equally at home indoors and out. Excellent adaption and all-round performance make it a real stand-out machine. Spider Lifts are perfect for maintenance and installation both indoors and outdoors, the maintenance and construction of equipment, electrical maintenance and installation, listed buildings, internal infrastructure and more.

Boom Lift Truck

SINOBOOM’s Boom Lift Truck is ideal for aerial work where access is needed at short notice. With a higher working height compared to scissor lifts, it is both lightweight and strong, with a large load capacity. The truck body and hydraulic outriggers make for excellent stability, taking you beyond the confines of even ground. Lower in cost than an articulating boom, it offers similar functionality at a more accessible price, all whilst being easier to operate. With strong adaptability to different working conditions, the Truck Mounted Boom is widely used in electric power maintenance, construction, urban utilities and gardening, airports and harbors, curtain wall engineering, outdoor or highway advertising and more.

Insights on the growth and trends of the MEWP market in Poland (2018-03-14)

Our next instalment of global market expertise comes from Mr Lucian Bogdan who provided attendees of the SINOBOOM International Aerial Work Platform Convention with insights on the Polish market.

Mr Bogdan detailed how over the past decade, due to a large number of economic investments, changes in the architectural and architectural design culture, industrial services, and changes in laws and regulations, the Polish market has experienced rapid growth and the demand for construction equipment has risen significantly.

Poland's GDP has continued to grow at an average annual rate of 4-5%, while the Polish economy has also benefited from the EU's financial support. In addition, international investors have all established or expanded investments in Poland, such as Toyota, Samsung, Mercedes, Volkswagen and other groups. These have stimulated the market's growing demand for aerial work platforms.

In 2004, the number of high-altitude vehicles in Poland was approximately 3,500 units, and by 2017, the number had grown to 29,000 units, an increase of a staggering 800%.

At present within the Polish market, the largest 6-8 leasing companies include big names such as RIWAL, BOELS, MATECO. Large-scale leasing companies each have around1000 to 1500 units, while other small to medium-sized leasing companies only have about 50 to 100 units.

In the Polish market (more old models), there are currently about 5,000 machines that use no more than five years. Predicting that the new machines in the Polish market in the coming years will increase by about 15,000 to 20,000 units, about 3 to 4 times the current level.


The Polish market currently contains a large number of older machines with around 5000 units that will be coming to the end of their working life within the next 5 years. The replacement of these units in the next few years will see the market grow from 15,000 to 20,000 units, about 3 to 4 times the current amount.

The Polish Government's stringent emission standards and environmental policies have led to an electric transformation of the construction machinery market (whether scissor or boom lifts). The Polish leasing fleet currently has about 1400 electric rental units and over the past 2-3 years, 70% of the machines purchased are electrically powered. Market forecasts predict that his trend will be maintain and that the future development of the market will have a focus on electric models.