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Airpac Bukom adds Doosan compressors to fleet
Airpac Bukom Oilfield Services, the oil and gas rental division of UK rental group Vp plc, has placed a multi-million euro order with Doosan Infracore Portable Power for a new fleet of Ingersoll Rand Rigsafe portable compressors.
Keep your eye on asset tracking
Enigma Vehicle Systems, a UK supplier of satellite tracking systems and associated products, is warning the plant industry to take even greater care when choosing suppliers of anti-theft and tracking systems for their plant fleets.
AFI-Uplift expands in Wakefield
UK powered access rental specialist AFI-Uplift has relocated its Wakefield depot to larger premises.
New Ramirent CEO 'ready for the challenge'
Magnus Rosén took up his new post as chief executive officer of Ramirent today (15 January) and said he was ready for the challenge of leading the company through a difficult economic period. Mr Rosén replaces Kari Kallio who announced in May 2008 that he would retire from the business.
HSS publishes first 'corporate responsibility' report
HSS Hire in the UK has published its first Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report highlighting the work it is doing to help local communities and detailing its effort towards minimising its environmental impact.
Doron Livnat increases Riwal stake as Jaap Schalekamp departs
Jaap Schalekamp has left Riwal and Doron Livnat has increased his share of the business from 33% to 50% as part of a management reorganisation by the Netherlands access and power rental company.
UK renter Hewden to close 22 depots
Hewden Plant Hire in the UK will close 22 of its current 102 depots by the end of March 2009. It will also cut 213 from its current staff total of 1750.
DLR to reject postponing new French payment law
The French rental and distributors association DLR is to reject proposals from two main contractors associations to postpone the introduction of new laws on payment periods.
Cramo names Kubota top supplier
Kubota Europe was chosen as ‘Number 1 Supplier" in 2007 to the Cramo Group. The rental company's fleet management and individual operating companies made the selection, the first time ever, earlier this year.
UK contract extends Harsco infrastructure wins
Harsco Corporation has received the $5 million (€4 million), follow-on contract as principal scaffolding subcontractor for construction of new facilities for the British Army. The two-year contract supports the next phase to build over 100 new structures at four garrisons on Salisbury Plain and in Aldershot.
Former Coates executives join New Zealand's Hirequip
Hirequip, one of New Zealand’s largest equipment rental companies, has appointed former Coates Hire executives Garry Woods and Barry Meale as directors. Mr Woods will be chairman, replacing Kim Ellis, who is leaving the board after almost two years in the post.
AJ Access Platforms gets new look
UK-based AJ Access Platforms, which sells and rents aerial platforms, has renamed and rebranded itself as Access Platforms, incorporating the website address AccessPlatforms.com
GAM wins €6m wind power contract
GAM has won a €6 million contract with Suzlom Wind Energy Spain to transport and assemble 49 wind turbines in four new wind farms in Almeria, Spain.
Williams Scotsman opens four new depots in Mexico
Portable accommodation and storage renter Williams Scotsman has expended its operations in Mexico with four new depots in Juárez, Hermosillo, Riviera Maya and Tijuana.
RSC expands services to industry
RSC Equipment Rental has formed a new Integrated Services Group to coordinate its product offering to industrial customers and has added higher capacity pumps and larger power generation units to expand the industrial product range.
High Level Platforms opens in Bristol
UK powered access rental company, High Level Platforms is opening a new branch in Bristol: the company already has branches in Poole, Dorset and Southampton. The new branch was opened by Joanna Claridge, Genie Industries', territory sales manager.
Algeco starts renting in Russia
Algeco has established a portable accommodation rental business in Moscow, Russia and plans to establish a base in St Petersburg. The company already has rental operations in several eastern European countries – including Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovakia – but this is its first move into Russia.
Brazil's Solaris creates earthmoving rental division
Brazilian rental company Solaris Equipamentos e Serviços LTDA (Solaris) aims to capitalize on growth in Brazil’s infrastructure and construction markets by creating an earthmoving equipment rental division to add to the aerial platform, telehandler and power rental operations it already has.
Atlas Copco rebrands specialty rental operations
Atlas Copco’s Specialty Rental division has rebranded all its rental operations to include the Atlas Copco name. The businesses were previously operated under their original brands.
Access Plus plans to open in England
Access Plus, the Ayrshire, Scotland based access rental company, is planning to enter the English access rental market in early 2009, probably in the north east.
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