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United raises guidance as recovery continues
United Rentals said its first quarter results reflected a “strong start” to the year as its end markets continue to recover
Hitachi grade control tech now factory-installed
Three excavator models are now available with four integrated options for 2D Grade Control and Solution Linkage 3D Grade Control
Serious Labs developing VR driving simulator
Serious Labs is developing a virtual reality commercial truck driving simulator with support from government organizations
Skyjack awards ABLE for community support
Skyjack presented ABLE Equipment Rental with a $1,000 check for the company’s community support
Herc upbeat on Q1 2021 results
Results indicate strengthening rental revenue and CapEx
Skyjack and Cooper Rentals partner for repair work
Skyjack and longtime partner Cooper Equipment Rentals recently came together to repair damage from Canada’s winter weather
Interview: Ritchie Bros.
Ritchie Bros. says 2021 used equipment sales show no signs of slowing down. Lindsey Anderson reports.
Sarens hoists electricity towers in Canadian mountains
Sarens hoisted powerline towers on snow covered mountains for a power line in Ontario, Canada.
JLG appoints VP for Eastern U.S. and Canada
Joe Kleiner has been appointed as JLG’s regional vice president for the Eastern U.S. and Eastern Canada
Home Depot adds large equipment rental hubs
US Company’s new rental facilities in Texas and Tennessee will centralise the delivery of large equipment
Skyjack expecting ‘double-digit growth’ for 2021
Linamar has reported its industrial segment, which includes Skyjack, experienced a -6% decline in sales for Q4 2020 to C$315.6 million
Skyjack and Linamar launch vaccination clinic
Skyjack and its parent company Linamar have transformed company building into Covid-19 vaccination site
Hydro-electric power station ahead of schedule
Renewable energy already being produced at Keeyask Generating Station in Canada
Robust nine months for Sunbelt
Sunbelt Rentals’ parent company Ashtead Group reports rental revenue drop of -3% over nine months 
Mammoet in Roxy renovation
International heavy lift and transport specialist Mammoet dismantled a luffing jib tower crane on a Canadian theatre restoration project
Canada to spend $11.8 billion on infrastructure
Largest public infrastructure investment in Canadian history will fight climate change and build a more sustainable and resilient economy
ARA forecasts 1.5% growth for US rental in 2021
The American Rental Association has upgraded its US forecast and now expects 1.5% growth this year
SNC-Lavalin to sell oil and gas business
SNC-Lavalin sells as company looks to change focus and reduce risk profile
Telehandler trends
From connected machines to fully electric options, the telehandler industry is becoming more versatile than ever
New coalition calls for Canadian infrastructure investment
Of around 17,000 approved projects, fewer than 900 are reported to have actually received funding
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