France Élévateur was in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, in Beaune, on June 23, 24 and 25 for the JDL exhibition. After another successful edition in 2020, the event was back for the summer of 2021. Of course, we couldn’t miss this meeting between professionals.
The JDL (Journées du Levage) will take place from June 23 to 25, 2021, again at the Palais des Congrès in Beaune. Above all, they provide an opportunity to meet professionals, decision-makers and investors from all over Europe who specialize in lifting equipment, handling, working at height and heavy transport.
Every year, for the past ten years, manufacturers have been exhibiting their latest material innovations in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Federations such as the DLR, France Plateaux, UFL, SPMDG, FNTR, or Ipaf support this exhibition.
France Elévateur has been a loyal participant in the JDL since its inception. Designer and manufacturer of aerial work platforms, we are committed to being present each year to exhibit our new products.
We were able to represent what France Elevator is in 2021, by exhibiting the diversity of our machines and our flagship products. And for the first time, the Movex range was present under the France Élévateur banner, following the acquisition of the Catalan leader on March 17.
If you were present at the show, you could discover the classic TOPY 11 reinvented in 2020. The latest generation of the emblematic TOPY range mounted on Ford Transit represents the technological evolution of our sector. Optimized for your work, simplified in its use, adaptable to any type of terrain and for many activities. Its performance, reliability and accessibility make it a favorite among many professionals.
Among the other machines that visitors could admire were:
New this year, we organized a VR challenge. The goal: to perform emergency maneuvers as quickly as possible with the help of a virtual reality helmet. The prize is a magnum of Ruinart for the fastest competitor. These helmets are the ones used at FE training.
Place the headset on your head and find yourself immersed in a virtual space in which you must help a colleague who has fallen ill. With the joysticks, you must successfully take control of the AWP control box and lower the basket to assist your colleague who needs to be rescued.
This exhibition, which has a European influence, allows France Élévateur, each year, to highlight its know-how and the quality of its aerial work platforms. With over 120 exhibitors in 2021, France Élévateur is proud to participate in this event since its inception.