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United Rentals Completes Acquisition of Neff Corporation

Stamford, CT

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Oct 02, 2017

United Rentals, Inc. (NYSE: URI) (“United Rentals” or “the company”) today announced that it has completed its previously announced acquisition of Neff Corporation (“Neff”) for a total purchase price of approximately $1.3 billion. The purchase was funded primarily through newly issued unsecured debt.

The acquisition will augment the company’s earthmoving capabilities and efficiencies of scale in key market areas, particularly fast-growing southern geographies, and is expected to lead to attractive revenue synergies through the cross-selling of United Rentals’...

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What Equipment to Use When Cleaning a Warehouse

There is one certainty in warehouses – dust and dirt accumulate overtime if the facility is not maintained. Methodically cleaning an expansive space takes time and commitment. But, the right tools enable workers to accomplish this task with greater efficiency.

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Dust accumulates in the rafters and support structures inside a warehouse. Using a compressor with a long hose and spray gun is an effective way to clean the nooks and crannies. Use a man lift or scissor lift Read more

Bobcat T450 Compact Track Loader

The Bobcat T450 compact track loader is a versatile and highly maneuverable earthmoving machine for both small and large projects.

With a maximum tipping load of 4,000 pounds, a rated operating capacity of 2,000 pounds at 50 percent of tipping load, and a bucket breakout capability of 3,588 pounds, the T450 is designed for heavy-duty construction. The T450 also has a height to bucket hinge pin of 109.5 inches.

Traveling at a maximum speed of 11.3 miles per hour across a job site, the T450 enables operators to move quickly from one project to another....

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The City of Tempe needed to solve a dam problem

The City of Tempe needed to solve a dam problem. An inflatable rubber dam that held back the water flow of the Salt River that flowed through downtown Tempe and created the Tempe Lake burst in 2010, spilling more than a billion gallons into the dry river bed. Installation of a temporary rubber dam solved the short-term problem until a more durable dam could be planned and built.

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In late 2014, the city began construction on a new steel dam, which included 8, 17-foot-high gates...

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