Hitachi offers flexibility

Hitachi’s Premium Rental programme helps French contractor respond to demand


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IRN100 Analysis

A quick video highlighting the main points behind this year’s IRN100 ranking of the top 100 rental companies in the world

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International Rental Conference 2015

Murray Pollok, Managing Editor of International Rental News, previews the third International Rental Conference (IRC)

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IRE 2014: Q&A with Ramirent's Magnus Rosén

Murray Pollok, managing editor of International Rental News, interviews Magnus Rosén, CEO, Ramirent

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IRE 2014: Zeppelin Rental's strategy following Streif Baulogistik acquisition

Helen Wright, editor of International Rental News, interviews Wolfgang Hahnenberg CEO of Zeppelin Rental.

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Interview: Riwal UK

Riwal UK Country Manager Mick Ledden speaks to Thomas Allen about Riwal’s expansion plans in the UK

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Regional report: SE Asia

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


Case study: CGT helps SEVIS

Italian Cat dealer and rental company CGT helps Alpine contractor SEVIS build a reservoir. Thomas Allen reports

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Fleet management: Doing away with paper

By going digital, rental firms can streamline processes to the benefit of themselves and their customers. Thomas Allen reports


Forklifts: Reaching for high standards

Safety and low emissions are clear priorities in the design of forklifts, as Thomas Allen discovers

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Lighting towers: Surge of innovation

LED technology and environmental sustainability are among the key trends in the sector. Katherine Weir reports


Vertical masts

The use of vertical masts is becoming more commonplace, partly thanks to a growth in the types of applications that suit it most


Truck mounted platforms

Much of the recent truck mounted platform has been around the lower end of the working height spectrum, specifically 3.5 tonnes

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