Rentease prepares for international expansion push

By Leila Steed15 May 2023

Sagar Sawlani, Director of Global Affairs at Rentease. Sagar Sawlani, Director of Global Affairs at Rentease. (PHOTO: Rentease)

India-based company Rentease has named Sagar Sawlani as its new Director of Global Affairs, as the company seeks to expand its international operations. 

Sawlani has over 15 years of experience in brand development and has previously worked for construction equipment manufacturers Stanley Black & Decker and Rothernberger, as well as for German materials specialist Mupro.

In his new role at Rentease, which provides rental and sales services for access equipment from brands such as JLG, Genie, Haulotte, Palfinger, Manitou, NiftyLift, EasyLift, ScanClimber, and GMV Winlet, Sawlani will be responsible for developing Rentease’s growth strategy. 

Sawlani said, “I am excited to be the key part of Rentease Limited and looking forward to expanding our services globally to provide rental of MEWP with ease.

“Aerial platform market is growing with CAGR 9% and have huge potential in developing markets. Our expansion to global markets will help customers to get quality services and hassle free renting of MEWPs.”

Commenting on Sawlani’s appointment, Rentease Chairman Meghraj Singh said, “We are extremely excited to have Mr. Sagar Sawlani on board.” 

“His expertise in International business strategies will surely be instrumental to Rentease Group. We wish him all the best for his new role,” he added.

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