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Why has United Rentals spent $1.1bn on a temporary roadway business?
The deal to acquire Yak will add annual revenues of $350 million, but there are other benefits too
Banking on Europe: Why the EIB is backing rental firms with cheap loans
The European Investment Bank announced in 2019 it would phase out lending to fossil fuel projects and has since funded several rental firms investing in zero-emission equipment
Lord Bamford celebrates 60-year JCB milestone
Lord Bamford has gone on to play a significant role in the growth of the company and helped it to become one of the world’s largest OEMs
H&E to maintain rate of depot openings in 2024
Company reports 2023 rental revenues excceeding $1bn
5 things we learned at The ARA Show
Rental penetration has reached pre-pandemic levels and growth expectations are higher than expected
Sinoboom changes plans for Mexico facility
Chinese OEM chooses new location in Mexico for MEWP manufacturing facility
ARA Show opens in New Orleans with all eyes on the future
The American Rental Association hosts its premier annual event amid an atmosphere of ‘cautious optimism’ 
Speedy improves sustainability ranking
Gets A- score from Carbon Disclosure Project
Interview: Is India the next major access market?
Riwal CEO and Manlift country manager proivde a full view of this unique market 
UK renter places major JCB order
£6 million order for more than 100 machines
Sammons promotes Briggs managers
Three members of Briggs business in US get new roles
Storent ups investment in Baltics
Up to €20 million pledged to accelerate growth
French renters call for parity with farmers on tax
DLR requests parity with farmers after government u-turn on fuel tax
9 takeaways from United Rentals’ full-year ‘23 report
On the heels of a record-breaking fourth quarter, the world’s largest rental company looks forward to the expansion of specialty rentals and its growing role in mega projects
Boels get €100m ‘green’ loan from EU bank
Funds to be used to buy electric equipment
Senior politician visits HKL in Lübeck
Upcoming projects discussed during visit
Interview: Speedy’s path to sustainability
Amelia Woodley updates IRN on Speedy’s sustainability progress
Leading economist: US economy to weaken in first half of 2024
Contributing factors include the end of Covid relief programs, lingering impacts of monetary policy and credit tightening
Collé opens second branch in Denmark
Location added near Danish capital city
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