Should you be in the IRN-100 list of top rental companies?

04 May 2011

Research work is now underway for the sixth International Rental News IRN-100 survey of the top 100 equipment rental companies in the world.

Forms were sent to over 150 rental companies in late April and many companies have already returned their data. If you have yet to do so, then we remind you that the deadline for the survey is MONDAY 16 MAY.

If you were not sent the original questionnaire, and believe that you may qualify, then please provide the information below and send directly to Murray Pollok, Editor, IRN at

Rental companies with revenues of more than €50 million could qualify for inclusion in the list. There is no cost associated with taking part in the survey or appearing in the final IRN-100.


Company Name:

Annual Rental Revenues (Worldwide, 2010):

Gross Capital Expenditure on Fleet (2010):

Number of Rental Locations:

Number of Employees:

Head Office Location (city, country):

Countries of Operation:

Name of managing director/CEO:

Contact Details (Telephone, website):

Please remember that your Annual Rental Revenues figure should EXCLUDE revenues from sales of new equipment, but can INCLUDE revenues from sales of used fleet and ‘consumable' items. Please supply revenue figures in your local currency.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

The final list will be published in the June issue of IRN.

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