Noble Iron inks partnerships

By Lindsey Anderson09 January 2017

Noble Iron

Noble Iron

California-based technology and rental company Noble Iron has partnered with American High Reach to share assets, as well as signing with Haulotte to become an authorized dealer.

Under the terms of the agreement, a number of American High Reach-owned assets will be placed into Noble Iron’s equipment rental pool in Los Angeles, and the two companies will share rental revenue earned on the equipment.

Under the Noble Iron asset sharing partnership, American High Reach has contributed approximately $1.5 million of equipment, including units manufactured by Caterpillar, Genie and JLG.

Noble Iron also has inked a partnership to become a new dealer for Haulotte Group. Under the terms of the agreement, Noble Iron will represent Haulotte products in Southern California through the sales, rental and service of equipment and parts. Haulotte is a French-based manufacturer of aerial equipment and specializes in scissors, booms and telehandlers.

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