IRN100: the largest equipment rental companies in the world

By Murray Pollok28 May 2021

Total revenues at the world’s largest 100 rental companies fell by -6.4% in 2020 reflecting the disruption caused by the health crisis.

The fall – after adjusting for currency changes - was closer to -9% for the top five companies, all but one of which are based in North America or Europe, which were the worst affected regions.

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