4-Way Equipment Rentals in Canadian high growth table

By Murray Pollok01 July 2008

4-Way Equipment Rentals' Edmonton, Alberta depot.

4-Way Equipment Rentals' Edmonton, Alberta depot.

Canadian rental company 4-Way Equipment Rentals has been ranked one of Canada's 200 fastest growing companies after reporting 54% revenue growth to C$15.7 million (€9.8 million) in 2007.

Edmonton, Alberta-based 4-Way, which is owned by Canadian Equipment Rental Fund Ltd (CERF), was ranged 154th in Canada in Canadian PROFIT magazine's annual survey, which measures organic growth over a five year period.

Meanwhile, the rental company has just signed an agreement with Wacker Neuson to sell and service its complete range of compact construction equipment. The exclusive deal covers the north-central regions of Alberta.

Wayne Wadley, president of CERF, said; "Their equipment has a long and well proven track record in Europe and we are confident that it will also be well received by the construction industry in western Canada.

"We are confident that the design features, durability and favorable fuel consumption rates of this equipment will quickly become the choice of our customers." Mr Wadley said Wacker Neuson equipment would also be added to 4-Way's own rental fleet.

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