Equipment downtime, whether for planned maintenance or unexpected repairs, is costly.
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.
Genie Safety Minute is intended to facilitate health and safety discussions on the job site.
Data takes the guesswork out of running a rental operation, and it is usually just a few clicks away.
Traveling along the scenic northeastern U.S. countryside, one can’t help but notice many historic buildings.
Aerial Pros Minute: Tilt Sense
Genie® aerial lifts are some of the most frequently rented and used equipment on jobsites.
Ten years ago, social media was not seen as a medium by which to conduct business.
Whether you’re new to the industry or have been around for a while, every rental store owner’s goal is to build a business that will grow and expand over time.
Hybrid aerial work platforms are not new to the market. For nearly two decades, manufacturers have developed hybrid technologies for customers who demand more operating flexibility and value and want environmental sustainability.
Articulating and telescopic booms are designed to carry personnel to elevated work locations.
Learn more about Telehandler Steering modes in this month's Aerial Pros Minute:
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.
Genie Safety Minute: Safety On Slopes
There are many ways to buy used aerial work platforms in today’s technology-driven world.
A huge thank you to everyone that participated in this Genie Aerial Operator Training | Ask Me Anything event!
To maximize your rental return on invested capital (rROIC), look to the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), including Genie, for the best ways to keep your rental fleet up and running.
Learn more about Telehandler Load Center in this month’s Aerial Pros Minute.
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.