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United Rentals Completes Acquisition of Neff Corporation

Stamford, CT


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

Development drives the heavy equipment rental industry

Development drives the heavy equipment rental industry. Whether digging foundations for high-rise apartment buildings, clearing land for shopping centers, trenching to install utility infrastructures or finishing the interior of an office building, more than half of all phases of construction use rented equipment.

Rental industry projections indicate that equipment rentals are a growing business. Construction and rental equipment revenue is projected to grow by 3.7 percent in 2017 and 4.2 percent in 2018, 5 percent in 2019 and 4.2 percent in 2020.

With the new federal government leadership’s plans to support increased investment in infrastructure – mainly roads and bridges; an...

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If we could turn back time

Have you ever experienced a 25-hour day? In fact, everyone in the United States and most people worldwide live an extra man-made hour on one day of the year when clocks are adjusted on Nov. 1 from daylight savings time to standard time.

clockOn Sunday, Nov. 6, at 2 a.m., time will leap back one hour, changing our routines until the second Sunday in March.

Where many people welcome the extra hour of sleep, the time shift also has its consequences. Darkness increases around the time of rush hour. National Road Safety Foundation studies show that auto accidents increase after clocks fall back an hour. In addition to the lack of visibility, commuting...

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