ANSI and CSA standards for safe use and training were not updated for many years (prior to now, ANSI boom, scissor lift and manually propelled standards were last updated in 2006, and CSA standards go back even further).
Take a fresh look at your rental business’s website. Is it doing everything it can for you in the year ahead?
On-site events at your rental business create a wide range of opportunities.
Aftermarket parts may seem like a small part of your rental business, but they can have a big impact on your bottom line.
Having worked in the Genie® field and phone support for over 20 years, I’ve noticed a couple of things about machine reliability.
One of the ways a growing rental company shows success is by expanding to new and different locations.
Having worked in the Genie® field and phone support for over 20 years, I’ve noticed a couple of things about machine reliability
Replacement components costs are individually small, but their impact on rental uptime is unquestionable. Genie® aerial equipment is some of the most frequently rented and used machines on jobsites — having the right parts in stock and at the right time, keeps your aerial equipment fleet “rent-ready.”
Equipment maintenance vs. rental: The delicate balance every rental company plays.
Aerial equipment is among the most rented machines in your rental store’s fleet.
There are many ways to buy used aerial work platforms in today’s technology-driven world.
No matter what size of aerial equipment fleet you have — from 1 to 100 machines — equipment management is something you do every day.
Have you been in a conversation lately with someone who’s referenced the acronym rROIC? Chances are you have.
Our goal at Genie is to produce industry-leading aerial lift equipment designed and built to maximize machine uptime and provide the highest rental return on invested capital (rROIC) to our customers.
Today’s business climate demands that you carefully consider how best to manage your fleet to maximize the rental return on invested capital (rROIC).
After decades of preparation, aerials with Tier 4 Final engines are beginning to find their way into your rental fleets.
Minimizing the downtime of routine maintenance and repair is one of the best ways to keep your aerial work platforms out on rent and making money for you.
With rental equipment constantly going out and coming in, less time in the shop translates to more time out on rent.
Rental fleet managers work hard to find the precise balance between a machine’s age, hours, maintenance and depreciation expenses to determine the optimum time to retire or replace a machine.
Equipment acquisition decisions are more involved than just picking which models to stock in your rental fleet.