United Rentals to hold used equipment sale

United Rentals is to hold its 2023 Spring Used Equipment Sale Event later this week, the company has announced.

United Rentals Used Equipment Photo: United Rentals

Taking place at 176 United Rentals locations in the United States and Canada on Thursday, March 23, the event will see used equipment from United Rentals made available for purchase.

Among the equipment on show will be scissor lifts, boom lifts, skid steers, forklifts, backhoe loaders, lighting towers and power generation equipment.

Financing options for the equipment has been made available by the company, with up to 100 percent financing for terms of one to five years.

A service plan for customer-owned equipment that includes preventive maintenance, inspections and repairs by technicians is also available.

Mike Durand, senior vice president, sales and operations, United Rentals, said, “Our Spring Used Equipment Sale is a great opportunity for companies to add reliable, productive machines to their fleet without the sticker shock of a new equipment purchase.

“All of our equipment is well-maintained, so customers can be confident that the machines they buy are ready to go to work on the jobsite. Quality used equipment is a great option for companies that want to preserve capital while bringing on more fleet in time for spring construction and maintenance projects.”

As part of its fleet, United Rentals has more than 4,000 classes of used equipment, while its rental fleet consists of 4,600 classes.

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