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.”
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Genie® aerial lifts are some of the most frequently rented and used equipment on jobsites.
Equipment maintenance vs. rental: The delicate balance every rental company plays.
Technology continually transforms business operations.
Changes to ANSI A92 and CSA B354 standards are coming; we expect to the standards to go into effect in 2020.
Ideal for outdoor construction and industrial applications, Genie® engine-powered articulating Z™ booms provide lifting versatility with a combination of up, out and over positioning capabilities and outreach that’s second to none.
In addition to the terminology and language changes in the new ANSI A92 and CSA B354 standards, which are projected to go into effect in 2020, the standards also include several big changes to the equipment itself.
For the first time in 25 years, fines levied by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will increase, under a provision in the new budget deal President Obama signed into law on November 2, 2015.
With the pending changes to the ANSI A92 and CSA B354 estimated to go into effect in 2020, it is important for you to start preparing your business and your customers now for what will be different.
With so much changing in the updated ANSI/CSA standards, it is important to call attention to one key item that every user (identified in the standards as employers) needs to be aware of.
The current ANSI and CSA standards for safe use and training have not been updated for many years (the current ANSI boom, scissor lift and manually propelled standards were last updated in 2006, and CSA standards go back even further).
We know keeping your equipment up and running on the job is at the utmost importance for your business.
Performing inspections and function tests is a crucial part of safe work practices when operating any aerial work platform equipment.
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.
Articulated and telescopic booms are designed to allow operators to work at varying heights while remaining inside the platform.
Ever wonder why some electric booms perform differently as compared to hydraulically driven diesel units?
Investing in new product categories, or extending the size range of your current fleet of equipment, is a great way to expand your business’s reach with existing and new customers.
In May 2016, the US safety standard for Rough Terrain Forklifts, ANSI/ITSDF B56.6, was revised.
For the northern two-thirds of the U.S. and Canada, November signals the beginning of the season where some special steps must be taken to prepare the equipment for cold-weather work.
In theory, everyone knows that preventive maintenance is the key to keeping equipment running at peak efficiency and to getting a better return on invested capital (ROIC).