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Maria Hadlow asked a number of rental companies from around the world to share their experiences of aftersales service.
Speedy Hire said its growing industrial and infrastructure related business was helping it develop wider outsourcing services beyond the simple ‘hire’ of equipment.
United Rentals and Fluor's AMECO form JV for plant maintenance and turnaround activities in the oil and gas sector
Finning International has been appointed Caterpillar dealer for Northern Ireland, replacing previous dealer McCormack McNaughton, which entered into receivership earlier this year.
Speedy in the UK has appointed Steve McIntyre as its new group marketing director.
US bankruptcy courts have approved the next step in Neff Rental’s restructuring plan regarding its Chapter 11 filing in May. The approval means Neff can seek approval for its plan from its creditors before the next court hearing on 14 September.
A-Plant has launched an unmanned Auto Tool Hire Unit that would be located at customers’ sites to provide instant access to tools.
Turkish Caterpillar dealer Borusan Makina will open its first Cat Rental Store before the end of the year. The branch will be in Istanbul.
Onrent, India's largest access equipment rental company and part of the mtandt Group, has been investing heavily in facilities and equipment.
Cramo Finland and Lemminkäinen Talo Oy Keski- ja Lounais-Suomi (Lemminkäinen) have signed a five year rental outsourcing agreement that will also see Cramo acquire Lemminkäinen’s fleet and depots in Turku and Tampere.
The quarterly ERA/IRN RentalTracker survey covering the second quarter of 2010 is now ready to complete.
A-Plant in the UK has developed software that will allow its customers to order equipment directly using their own internal IT systems. The ‘web services’ offering goes beyond the standard extranet solution where customers use an external website managed by their rental supplier.
Shanghai Jinheyuan Equipment Rental, the Chinese rental company part-owned by Japan’s Kanamoto, is forecasting 20% growth this year mainly as a result of expansion in its aerial platform rental business.
Easi Uplifts is to open its first rental depot in Hungary at Kecskemét, south east of Budapest. The new depot will be part of the Slovakian business run by Glenn Pearson.
You can now find the Access International newsfeed on the home page of Accessaccess.com.
Swiss rental company Condecta AG is to implement a new rental software system using Sycor Rental and Microsoft Dynamics AX systems.
The Romanian Rental Association (RRA) was formed on 27 April in Bucharest with 11 founding members. The founders are a mix of access, crane and lifting rental companies.
Aggreko has signed an agreement with the Bangladesh Power Development Board (BPDP) to supply 200 MW of temporary power. The agreement has an estimated value of US$150 million over three years.
Riwal to establish its first rental business in Germany, managed by ex-Mateco manager Christoph Scheeben, near Dortmund Airport in the industrial 'Ruhrgebiet' region.
United Rentals said it is increasing its market share with its largest customers and that these large accounts would build long-term profitability in the business even if rental demand falls again this year.