Airtrax to Launch Aerial Work Platforms

BLACKWOOD, N.J.—Airtrax Inc., a developer of omni-directional technology, will introduce three new Cobra aerial work platforms at The Rental Show, hosted by the American Rental Association (ARA), in Las Vegas Feb. 11-14.

On Feb. 12, from 9 am to 5 pm at Booth #6550, Airtrax will officially launch the Cobra ATX-3247, King Cobra model ATX-3368 and Cobra ATX-1933 omni-directional aerial work platforms.

Airtrax will take orders for the ATX-3247 at the show, and the other units will be available for sale later this year.

For one week after the show, the new aerial work platforms will be featured in the H&E’s Las Vegas showroom. There, people can take a closer look and even test drive them. The company’s first commercialized onmi-directional vehicle, the Sidewinder ATX-3000, also will be on site. Those interested in arranging a private showing or a test drive are encouraged to contact Peter Greenwood at 856-232-3003.

For those unable to attend the show, Airtrax will offer a virtual booth on ARA’s Web site, located at

Representing rental-equipment buyers, The Rental Show can be found on the Web at

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