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Lull 844 644 Owner Operator Manual
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Lull Telehandler History

Some LULL Forklift Truck Service Manuals PDF are above the page.

 

LULL is a part of JLG Industries Inc.(Manuals PDF page)

 

JLG Industries, Inc. - a company, which includes a number of affiliated companies, which, in its turn, is a subsidiary of Oshkosh Corporation.(PDF Manuals page) JLG designs, manufactures and markets lifting and loading equipment under its own brand name JLG and under the following brands: SkyTrak; Lull; LiftPod; TRIPLE-L.

 

The company was founded in 1969 by John L. Grove, the initials of which originate the name and logo of the company. At the time of its foundation, the company was a community of two close partner mates who bought a small privately owned metal products company located in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania, and employs 20 workers.

 

The first JLG lift with a work platform for work on the altitude was manufactured and sold in 1970. The movable hoist favorably distinguished and successfully replaced the traditional scaffolds used for construction and repair work at a height. Most design solutions and basic structural elements of the lift remain unchanged and are used successfully today.


After the acquisition of JLG by Oshkosh Corporation, Craig E. Pailor was appointed president of the company, who since 1978 has been continuously engaged in sales, market research and economic development of the company. Under his leadership for about 30 years from a small company with a revenue of $ 25 million, JLG turned into a transnational company with an income of over $ 3 billion.

 

In 2010, his place was occupied by Wilson Jones - executive vice president of the fire and security department at Oshkosh Corporation.

 

On August 1, 2012, Wilson Jones was promoted to become president and operational director of Oshkosh Corporation. He was replaced by the current president of JLG, Frank Nerenhausen, who was previously executive vice president of Oshkosh Corporation and president of the McNeilus Commercial Department.