A special report produced by International Rental News (IRN) giving an overview of the worldwide rental market at end of 2015 as well as a comprehensive supplier directory is now available from the KHL.com Information Store.

The Rental Report 2015 is an annual compilation of data and analysis on the global market for equipment rental, together with 50 pages of supplier listings. The idea is to give rental companies a ‘check-list’ of suppliers of everything from power tools and portable toilets to generators, aerial platforms, excavators and surface preparation equipment.

The report also contains an authoritative overview of the construction market worldwide by KHL’s Chris Sleight. This year’s IRN World Rental Report is also available in this special report – originally printed in the September/October 2015 issue, it contains interviews and reports from companies and manufacturers in more than 10 countries on five continents, providing a world-wide snapshot of the dynamic rental market.

And the latest version of the IRN100 survey – published in the June 2015 issue of IRN – is also available at the end of the publication, detailing the largest 100 rental companies in the world by revenues.

Every year IRN updates and adds to The Rental Report’s extensive supplier listing, building on the additions of previous reports. The report also contains contact details for a wide variety of organisations and specialist service companies, including suppliers of asset tracking systems, anti-theft organisations, rental consultants and rental associations.

Click on the link in this article, or go to the KHL.com Information Store for more information on this and other special reports.

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