BlueLine opens Fort Worth branch

By Lindsey Anderson10 November 2016

BlueLine Rental opened a new branch in Fort Worth, TX this week. The company hosted a grand opening event on Nov. 9 to celebrate.

The rental company has also hosted a number of customer appreciation events recently, from Louisiana and North Carolina to Texas.

BlueLine Rental’s revenues were around $700 million last year and the company operates a $1.4 billion fleet across its 140 branches. It spent 35 percent more this year on CapEx than it did the previous year, and has an average fleet age of 39 months.

Thirty-eight percent of the company’s equipment is aerial, 23 percent is material handling, 30 percent is dirt and compaction, and the last nine or 10 percent is comprised of light towers and other.

Check out the October issue of ALH for our interview with BlueLine's CEO Asterios Satrazemis.

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