Loretta Foley, director of United Rentals’ United Academy, explains how technology is changing the way training is delivered.
In Riwal’s 50th anniversary year, Murray Pollok talks to company CEO Norty Turner about its digital plans and growth stratedy
Don Kenny, CEO of Loxam’s access division, shares his views on acquisitions, rebranding and the future of the division
One year on from Boels’ entrance into the UK market, the company pledges to double the amount of locations on offer, Chris Haycocks, managing director for Boels UK, tells Joe Malone
With compact loaders’ popularity said to be increasing in rental fleets, IRN examines the global market for the latest products
Emission requirements and safety standards are encouraging the latest technologies in machines, writes Euan Youdale
As technology continues to improve, IRN pinpoints the upcoming global mega-trend in the rental software industry
Haulotte Group’s consolidated sales were €128.5 million, 25% up compared with the same period last year.
An investment of €20 million into its rental fleet aims to keep up with UK demand
Marubeni-Komatsu supplies €10.3 million worth of Komatsu excavators to UK rental company
The Bracket Adapter allows placement of chainsaws safely in the basket while manoeuvring from one job to another
Haulotte becomes one of the first ’sustaining members’ of the International Powered Access Federation
AFI group has strengthened its UK coverage by opening a flagship depot in Birmingham, UK
Gemini Power Hydraulics is helping to change the way India uses working at height equipment. Euan Youdale spoke to company director Aahan Sethi
With the Powered Access Rental Market Report for 2018 set to be published soon, Matt Brereton, communications manager at IPAF, which commissions the report, gives an overview of its latest key findings.
Rental software’s increasing grasp and organization of information can help any size business get on the right track.