Practical guidance for the purchase of pre-owned MEWP

The FEM Mobile Elevating Work Platform Product Group has published a new guideline to help the users to avoid costly and potentially dangerous mistakes through the use of simple precautions when buying a pre-owned MEWP . The quality of pre-owned machines is somehow difficult to evaluate without having a minimum knowledge of its history. This… Read more »

Practical guidance for the purchase of pre-owned MEWP

Intralogistic Systems – 7 November – General Assembly

The General Assembly meeting of the Intralogistic Systems Product Group will be held on 7 November 2019, in Giebelstadt, Germany. The meeting will be followed by a visit of the SSI Schäfer Technology Centre and a roundtable on Robotisation, artificial intelligence and cyber-security. The draft programme is as follows : 09.15 – 11.00: General Assembly… Read more »

Intralogistic Systems – 7 November – General Assembly

FEM views on sustainability requirements for batteries

The materials handling industry covers various types of equipment, both stationary and mobile, powered by batteries. Besides the equipment, our industry also manufactures battery packs for mobile applications, such as shuttles, cranes and lift trucks. Several types of equipment may be impacted by future measure, FEM has issued its views on possible requirements addressing sustainability… Read more »

THE FUTURE WASTE DATABASE: FEM JOINED FORCES WITH 6 ASSOCIATIONS

FEM co-signed a letter with 6 other European associations the non-road mobile machinery sector. In view of the waste database to be developed by end of 2019, we requested the European Commission to : Limit the information requested to manufacturers in line with the legal framework Carry out an impact assessment to avoid disproportionate and… Read more »