All Nikken articles

  • GK 2019
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    Regional report: SE Asia

    2019-09-18T10:00:00Z

    As a whole, South East Asia is a promising region for rental, as Thomas Allen finds out

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    IRN100 – the €40 billion club

    2016-06-21T10:59:00Z

    With combined 2015 revenues of €39.6 billion, the largest 100 rental companies in the world worked hard to change and expand amid unpredictable markets

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    Masahiko Murayama is new Nikken president

    2015-05-27T14:35:00Z

    Mr Murayama will also serve as CEO; he succeeds Masaki Kurita who will stay on as an advisor

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    Japan's big four renters create international 'wholesale rental' business

    2013-09-18T11:11:00Z

    Diamond Construction Machinery formed by Aktio, Kanamoto, Nishio Rent All, Nikken and Mitsubishi Corp to offer wholesale excavator rental services worldwide, providing an outlet for used Tier 4 machines outside Asia.

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    Online auction company created by Americ and bidadoo

    2012-09-10T11:23:00Z

    Americ Machinery, the US-based company that sells used machines from Japanese rental company Nikken Corp, is partnering with industrial equipment firm bidadoo Auctions to create an online equipment auction house called Quantos Auctions.

  • A recovery team collect equipment and documents from Nikken’s Tomioka depot, 12 km away from the Fuk
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    IRN's World Rental Report provides a snapshot of the global equipment rental market

    2011-11-11T15:14:00Z

    Rental markets are performing very well in many areas of the world, less so in others like western Europe and North America. Murray Pollok provides some of the latest rental statistics and talks to rental companies in four continents.

  • A recovery team collect equipment and documents from Nikken’s Tomioka depot, 12 km away from the Fuk
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    Japan's Nikken sees 'long road ahead' for reconstruction

    2011-09-01T17:39:00Z

    Japanese rental company Nikken said that around 13% of its fleet – 330000 items of equipment – is currently working on the clean-up following the March earthquake and tsunami.

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    Kanamoto responds to disaster in Japan

    2011-03-18T09:27:00Z

    Japanese rental giant Kanamoto established a disaster task force on the day of the earthquake and tsunami and like its competitors is doing its best to help in the recovery efforts. All its staff in the affected areas are “alive and safe”.

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    Japan's rental industry struggles with recovery efforts

    2011-03-16T08:14:00Z

    Japan’s rental industry is working hard to provide back-up for the country’s rescue operations following the earthquake and tsunami last Friday but is being severely hampered by shortages of equipment and fuel.

  • The latest machines launched by Junjincsm are the TL-170 and TL-185 telescopic booms which offer 17
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    Korean company joins IPAF and makes prestigious sales

    2009-03-30T17:24:00Z

    At the beginning of February aerial work platform manufacturer, Junjincsm, became the first Korean member of IPAF (International Powered Access Federation). Junjincsm, which estimates it has a 90% share of the AWP market in Korea's shipbuilding sector, hopes its membership of IPAF will help it move forward as a "real ...

  • One of canamoto's new farukawa Unic underbridge units.
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    Japanese Giants Invest In Aerials

    2008-03-20T10:32:00Z

    Private commercial investment in Japan's major urban centers is fuelling a demand for small scissors and vertical mast platforms, with several of Japan's ‘big four’ rental giants investing heavily in aerials.

  • Some of the 10300 aerial platforms in Nishio Rent All's fleet. The company says it will in invest fu
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    Japan: growth while mature

    2008-03-19T11:37:00Z

    Eight of the world's 50–largest access fleets are in Japan. Murray Pollok reports on the growth strategies of their owner companies, all the more interesting because the rental market is mature.