Formally Nesco Rentals, the company now named Nesco Specialty Rentals, to reflect its specialised markets
Job of chairman extends John Garrison’s list of responsibilities at Terex Corporation
The early booking reduced rate for IPAF’s inaugural Elevation conference and dinner has been extended to 24 August
US-based equipment manufacturer reports increase in revenue but drop in profit for second quarter
Japan MEWP manufacturer Nagano Industries appoints the Netherlands-based Pfeifer as a global distributor
Extreme weather conditions call for specialist equipment. IRN discovers the different types of equipment aiding construction and disaster sites
Self propelled boom lifts define the future of the industry and the direction it will take
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
Annual survey of the world’s top 100 equipment rental companies. Provides extra analysis with a variety of tables and graphs on nearly all 100 companies.
Boels orders 50 more Leonardo HD’s from Bravi, as the manufacturer promises a new model for picking duties
Latest version of Enterprise Asset Management software sees improved communication and more