Submit your IRN100 survey data

By Thomas Allen29 April 2019

International Rental News has started to collect data for the IRN100 – our exclusive ranking of the largest 100 rental companies in the world based on 2018 revenues. It will be featured in the June issue of IRN.

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As in previous years, companies will be ranked on rental revenues, excluding revenues from retail sales of new equipment. There is no cost for inclusion in the survey.

We also produce a European Top 50, so if you are an international business it would be useful if you could split your revenues between Europe and the Rest of the World.

Please e-mail the data below to IRN editor Thomas Allen: Thomas.allen@khl.com The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, 7 May, 2019.

IRN100 SURVEY DATA FOR 2018

  • Company name
  • Annual rental revenues (2018)
  • Gross capital expenditure on fleet (2018)
  • Type of rental (choose appropriate categories)
    • Equipment/construction machinery
    • Tool rental
    • Party/events
    • Other (please specify) – accommodation, welfare facilities, toilets
  • Number of rental locations
  • Number of employees
  • Head office location (city, country)
  • Countries of operation
  • Name of managing director/CEO
  • Contact details (telephone, website)

NOTES:

  • The Annual Rental Revenues figure should EXCLUDE revenues from sales of new equipment, but can INCLUDE revenues from sales of used fleet and ‘consumable’ items.
  • Please supply revenue figures in your local currency. Rental activities covered in the survey include construction equipment, tools, aerial platforms, power/temperature control, portable accommodation/storage and party/events.

We thank you in advance for your help.

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