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Interview: Matthew Elvin
Snorkel has undergone a number of big changes in the last few years, including new ownership, management and facilities. Lindsey Anderson spoke with Snorkel’s CEO, Matthew Elvin
Access exclusive: Terex president and CEO sits down with KHL
John Garrison talks with KHL’s access editors about the 2016 market, his introduction to the company and and how he sees the future
Interview: 30 years of innovation at Skyjack
Skyjack president Brad Boehler talks to AI about the company's 30th anniversary and its new TH telehandler line with 43-56 ft lifting heights and 6000-20000 pound capacity
Feature: Loxam branches out
French rental giant Loxam has purchased a 25% stake in the Brazilian company Degraus. But for managing director Stéphane Henon it’s business as usual
DeFeo: 2015 will be an excellent year for our [AWP] business
Terex chairman and CEO Ron DeFeo sat down with his executive team and Lindsey Anderson during The Rental Show to talk about market conditions, Highway Bill funding and the coming ‘solid’ years for aerial work platform business
Florida strong
Lindsey Anderson spoke with High Reach 2’s president and owner Lance Renzulli about his company’s successes before, during and after the recession.
Video interview with Ramirent's Magnus Rosén
Ramirent's CEO gives an update on current business conditions in Europe's rental sector in a short video interview with IRN's managing editor Murray Pollok.
Chinese tipping point
People in the powered access industry talk about new territories reaching a turning point, when suddenly the concept takes root and the market takes off. Genie believes that moment could be just around the corner in China.
Ready and Able
A New York and New Jersey staple since the mid ‘80s, Able Equipment continues to expand its footprint and rental offerings. Lindsey Anderson reports.
Working smart: interview with Coates Hire’s Leigh Ainsworth
Australia’s Coates Hire is retrenching in the face of a slowdown in the country’s natural resources sector, as company CEO Leigh Ainsworth tells Murray Pollok.
Hewden's core fleet promise starts to pay off
Hewden says its ‘Core Fleet Guarantee’ is increasing utilisation and successfully generating more business with small and medium sized customers. Murray Pollok reports.
Anything but Simple
Despite facing an influx of competition and stalled construction work due to organized crime, Simplex Equipment Rental maintains a strong foothold in the Quebec equipment rental market.
Ahern defiant in face of Chapter 11 process
Don Ahern discusses his company's bankruptcy exclusively with Access, Lift & Handlers
Critical mass: IRN speaks to Drew Semken, CEO of Force Access in Australia
Australian access rental company Force Access is benefitting from the boom in Australia’s natural resources market, but there is more to the company than that, says CEO Drew Semken.
Interviews on Rental report published by KHL Group
KHL Group has published a selection of interviews with rental managers compiled from the last three years of International Rental News (IRN) magazine.
GAP Group anticipates move into power and access rentals
UK plant and tool hire company GAP Group is to establish more specialist divisions to add to the Lifting and Non-mechanical plant divisions launched in the past three years.
Nacanco's Marzia Giusto talks to IRN about growing in a difficult market.
Italian aerial platform rental company Nacanco is successfully negotiating a stormy economy and maintaining its track record of growth. Murray Pollok met the company's managing director, Marzia Giusto, in Rome.
Expanding in aerials: Palfinger Platforms
Palfinger Platforms has entered a growth phase with new products and new markets, Maria Hadlow spoke to managing director Stephan Kulawik at Intermat about the company's plans. The 2012 Intermat might be said to have marked the end of a period of consolidation for Austrian manufacturer Palfinger Platforms.
Omme Lift continues to invest in new markets and products.
The affects of the recession did not stop Omme Lift continuing to invest in new markets and products. Maria Hadlow talks to joint owner and director Harry Lorentsen about a company poised for the upturn.
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