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GAM’s Carlos Araoz explains the company’s internationalisation strategy
New World: GAM’s Carlos Araoz explains the company’s internationalisation strategy to IRN Editor Murray Pollok.
Ramirent signs big outsourcing deal in Denmark
Ramirent’s Danish subsidiary has signed a five year rental agreement with E Pihl & Søn AS under which the contractor will outsource its light equipment and hoist operations to Ramirent.
‘Fragile recovery’ in French rental market
The French rental association’s third quarter survey shows that the rental market is recovering, with revenues up 9% from the second quarter and up 6% compared to the third quarter in 2009.
Dubai's Manlift starts renting in India
Dubai-based access rental company Manlift has opened a branch in New Delhi, India, to rent and sell aerial platforms. Manlift previously operated only in the Middle East where it has a fleet of around 1200 aerial platforms.
Neff emerges from Chapter 11
US rental company Neff Rental said this week that it had successfully emerged from Chapter 11 after completing its financial restructuring with private equity partner Wayzata Investment Partners.
Pekkaniska working at the Sochi Games site in Russia
Pictured are two Dinolift aerial platforms rented by Finland’s Pekkaniska working on the construction of the new skating stadium for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia.
Spain's HUNE targets new markets as restructuring continues
Spanish rental company HUNE is to embark on an international strategy that will see it establish rental business in neighbouring countries like Portugal and France as well as in developing markets in South America.
Brazil's Rohr to invest heavily in rental and events
Brazilian scaffolding and powered access rental company Rohr S/A Estrutura Tubulares is to invest R$300 million (€134 million) up to 2015 to expand its powered access, scaffolding and events divisions.
The service shake out: What do rental companies think about aftersales support
Maria Hadlow asked a number of rental companies from around the world to share their experiences of aftersales service.
India's mtandt puts focus on rental
Onrent, India's largest access equipment rental company and part of the mtandt Group, has been investing heavily in facilities and equipment.
Shanghai rental company forecasts 20% growth in 2010
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 opens first depot in Hungary
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.
Access International news feed at Accessaccess.com
You can now find the Access International newsfeed on the home page of Accessaccess.com.
Riwal opens doors in Dortmund, Germany
Riwal to establish its first rental business in Germany, managed by ex-Mateco manager Christoph Scheeben, near Dortmund Airport in the industrial 'Ruhrgebiet' region.
Mateco opens new Munich branch
German rental specialist, Mateco is opening a new branch in Bavaria, the depot will be located in Kirchheim , Munich.
Speedy re-rentals hits £25 million in sales
Speedy Hire said its managed services division – which re-rents equipment from other rental companies – has reached the “landmark” revenue figure of £25 million.
Gautam sees Indian potential
India's large infrastructure projects are porviding a spur to powered access rental, but finance houses' lack of familiarity with the products is delaying progress.
LTECH's fifth depot will serve the Universiade
Russian rental company Ltech has opened its fifth depot in Kazan, Russia, in time for the 2013 Universiade.
A-Plant introduces insurance package
Rental company A-Plant has launched a new insurance package which enables the company's customers to insure hired A-Plant equipment against loss or damage for up to £100000 for any one incident.
Speedy grows low-height access fleet
UK tool and equipment hire company Speedy has invested £600000 in low level access products.
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