Getting a healthy return on invested capital (ROIC) is a goal for rental companies, end users and manufacturers supplying the industry.
The Chenaux Generating Station on the Ottawa River in Ontario, Canada, uses the river’s current to generate electricity to power nearly 150,000 homes on the grid.
Every day, your customers’ inboxes are flooded with newsletters, and it might be hard for your customers to differentiate your rental store’s effort from the competition’s.
Whether you’re a rental company or a contractor looking for used MEWP equipment to buy, you have similar search and purchase options.
A huge thank you to everyone that participated in this Rental Return on Invested Capital | Ask Me Anything event!
For many people who attend tradeshows or special events, the tradeshow begins when they step into your booth for the first time, looking at your equipment offerings and chatting with your employees.
Data takes the guesswork out of running a rental operation, and it is usually just a few clicks away.
Changes to North American standards (ANSI A92 in the United States and CSA B354 in Canada) are expected to come in 2020 and will create a new “normal” for mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs), formerly known as aerial work platforms (AWPs), worldwide.
There are specific hazards associated with operating Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs).
Learn more about Drive Enable Systems in this Aerial Pros Minute.
ANSI A92 and CSA B354 standards are about to get a facelift.
Tier 4 final emissions standards have already driven large disruptions in aerial rental, but pending changes to the ANSI A92/CSA B354 standards series* (which covers all North American aerials), be on the lookout for these standards to have an even greater impact in the years to come.
ANSI (United States) and CSA (Canada) standards have, for almost four decades, provided best practices for safe, reliable access to work at height and have delivered a consistent benchmark for safe machine design in North America.