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Rostok-Tekniikka will maintain Ramirent’s aerial platform fleet in Finland and employ 20 Ramirent staff.
Advancing professionalism in the Brazilian rental sector is a key objective of the incoming president of rental association ALEC.
500 attend celebration party in December and company publishes company history, The Danger of Success.
RiRent will complete current rental contracts and not take on any new customers.
Incoming CFO Stephen Bishop arrives from SeaCube Container Leasing, where he led the company's IPO in 2010 and its subsequent private sale in 2013.
Two of the new locations are in greater London, one is in Essex and the other in Wiltshire. Openings coincide with launch of HSS's 2014 Hire Guide.
Export strategy designed to be 'counter-cyclical', providing an outlet for excess fleet during periods of low demand in North America.
RusRental said Russian mining companies remain cautious about using rental services but that more are becoming rental oriented.
New Bordeaux facility is fifth Energy Services branch in France and will serve the whole south west of the country.
Crane rental company Ainscough Crane Hire, the largest in the UK, has opened its 30th depot, in Exeter, south west England
Coates Offshore continues to see growth in its business. The new finance will allow it to invest in its fleet and develop its international activities.
Former Costain executive Mark Rogerson and ex-Lavendon manager Andy Wright join Speedy in senior roles.
Initiative has support of three main rental associations in Spain - ANAPAT for aerial platforms, ASEAMAC for general rental, and FANAGRUMAC for cranes.
Henk Uphoff's RTC Group is now renting high pressure portable compressors up to 35 bar.
Five new specialty rental depots are part of plan to add 18 specialty locations in total this year.
Toulouse location will target aeronautical industry and provide a link to Spain, while Luxembourg branch will exploit buoyant economy.
Contractors using hundreds of Tsurumi pumps to dewater trenches for an underground power cable between Sweden and Norway.
Departure reflects flatter management structure at the company, said CEO Steve Corcoran.
Wigan depot is fourth in the UK for Riwal. Company has also moved to a larger location in east London.
New Tool Hire Express network will target contractors working on projects in city centres.