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BPH Equipment adds CKE 1350G Kobelco crawler
Sixth unit of 135 tonne capacity Kobelco CKE 1350G lattice boom crawler crane for UK-based BPH Equipment
Ainscough opens 30th depot
Crane rental company Ainscough Crane Hire, the largest in the UK, has opened its 30th depot, in Exeter, south west England
Spanish rental industry launches voluntary accreditation scheme
Initiative has support of three main rental associations in Spain - ANAPAT for aerial platforms, ASEAMAC for general rental, and FANAGRUMAC for cranes.
Netherlands rental firms join forces
Six crane rental companies in the Netherlands have set up a national partnership to create a more cost-effective service. Kraanverhuur Nederland, in English: Crane Rental Netherlands, brings together
Boom restructures in Melbourne
Crane, heavy haulage and aerial platform rental house Boom Logistics in Australia is restructuring its Melbourne operation
Wolff hunts in Australia
The first Wolff tower crane erected in Australia was recently shown to the local crane industry as a celebration of the formation of a partnership between Wolffkran and The Caelli Group. The Caelli Group is a formwork contractor and crane hirer that specializes in high rise construction. Established in 1972 and based in Melbourne, recent changes to the company’s structure mean expansion in two crane-related areas.
Are you watching your rental rates?
Rental income is high at the moment because fleet utilisation is at full capacity; however, cranes have become much more expensive to buy so rental rates need to be higher to compensate, warns Søren Jansen
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