International Rental News - March 2020

25 February 2020

Included in this isue:

  • PREVIEW: EUROPEAN RENTAL AWARDS
    We explain the process of judging the European Rental Awards. Submit your entries by the deadline of Friday 28 February.
  • LAST MINUTE NEWS: CONEXPO 
    There are plenty of things to watch out for at this year’s ConExpo in Las Vegas, US, but here are a few highlights.
  • PREVIEW: IRE/APEX 
    While offering a sneak peek of the event, we also provide some practical information about how to register and get there.
  • INTERVIEW: LIUGONG
    Graziano Cassinelli, who will be heading LiuGong’s new Global Rental and Used Equipment Business, speaks to IRN about the company’s plans. LiuGong is not the first to see the potential in China.
  • MINI EXCAVATORS 
    As compact and particularly popular pieces of equipment, mini excavators make good candidates for electrification.
  • US REGIONAL REPORT 
    Despite some headwinds, the US rental market is still going strong.
  • LIGHTING TOWERS
    In addition to being low-cost and safe, it is increasingly being demanded that lighting towers are low-emission and low-noise.
  • DUMPERS 
    Safety is central to the design of dumpers, with cabs and dual-view options becoming increasingly prevalent.
  • INTERVIEW: SKYJACK 
    Skyjack’s new President Ken McDougall speaks about his global vision.
  • SCHEDULING AND DISPATCHING OPTIMISATION
    Customer service has become a differentiator in rental, says Paul Whitelam of ClickSoftware
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