EQIN targets growth in Western Europe

By Lewis Tyler02 May 2023

Erwin Claus, CEO of Netherlands-based industrial equipment rental company EQIN has revealed details of the company’s plans to expand into the European market.

An EQIN depot Photo: EQIN

Speaking to IRN via video call, Claus said the company’s “big goal” is to supply every industry professional in Western Europe with its solutions, which will start with a new branch in Germany. 

Claus said, “We have branches for our rental company in the Netherlands and Belgium and in a few weeks, we will open our first branch in Germany. It is evident that Germany or France is the next step for expansion. Both countries are large rental markets in Europe so there is a lot of potential for us as a company.”

On its wider expansion plan, Claus said EQIN, which is predominantly based in the Benelux region, is looking at “growing organically” and will seek potential mergers and acquisitions with other rental firms that “fit together with EQIN.”

The full interview with Claus is available here

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