Industrial Rentals Report 

The Industrial Equipment rental industry has been on a steady rise ever since the 2009 recession. Following the global credit crunch that took place during that time, companies around the world have found it difficult to accumulate suitable liquidity for development projects. This has led independent and even state-run initiatives to find alternative and strategic ways to both limit spending and maximize profits. Companies subsequently have had an ever-increasing dependency

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How Blockchain Will Change Construction and Mining Equipment

Most experts agree that blockchain technology is the future of supply chains. The construction and mining industry relies on the efficiency of these systems. Equipment must adapt to the most current technology. Blockchain can help to improve efficiency, streamline operations, and keep equipment and applications adaptable. Profound Advantages of Blockchain Technology The reason why blockchain is making so many waves across global industries is because of its capability to simultaneously

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The Right Equipment Makes Seasonal Landscaping a Snap

Spring maintenance and seasonal landscaping can be quite the chore, especially for home and property owners who lack the right tool. From pruning trees and removing stumps to the mulching and tilling needed to start a new garden, equipment rentals that can provide access to the full range of high-end landscaping equipment can provide an ideal solution. Rental options make for a cost-effective alternative when it comes to specialty tools

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An Innovative New Tractor Rental Platform Seeks to Mechanize Farms in Zimbabwe

The founder and Chief Executive Officer of Farmvest.biz, Michael Matope, released information last year about an innovative program his company plans to launch in the African nation of Zimbabwe. He hopes the program will help boost agricultural production dramatically. If successful, the Farmvest.biz model might provide an example for many other developing economies to embrace. It offers a realistic way for some of the most impoverished farmers in the world

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Work Begins on Gordie Howe International Bridge

The work on the longest cable-stayed bridge in North America has officially commenced. The beautiful Gordie Howe International Bridge will link Detroit in the United States to Windsor in Canada. Projected to be completed in 2024, the construction will commence from the Canadian side. Cost and Design The total cost of the project is estimated to be around $2 Billion to $3 Billion. These cost estimates are projected taking into

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Are you ready to invest in new equipment? When is the right time?

Time to Invest Let’s face it, landscaping equipment is not cheap and running a successful landscaping business means understanding when it’s time to spend money to update what you have versus investing money back into the company because what you have is enough to get the job done. No one can know for sure what the absolute correct answer is at any given point in time, but these pointers should

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Bank Reports no Recession Next Year for Construction Equipment

The outlook for next year is anything but gloomy for the construction equipment industry. This comes from a popular Equipment Finance Optimism Quotient for 2019.A major banking Senior Economist made a confident statement that the next 2 years showed promising forecasts for commercial construction and the construction equipment industry. He based his optimism on the Optimism Quotient of 122 in 2019. While there was a peak of 133 in 2018,

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A Look At Some Popular Attachments In The Construction Industry

EDGE Grader Blade The EDGE Grader Blade can turn a skid steer or track loader into a high-level grading machine. The EDGE Grader Blade features a reversible cutting edge, as well as hydraulic control of the tilt. The EDGE Grader Blade also has a proportional valve that adjusts the height and angle of the blade. Workers also have access to an optional laser grade control system. The EDGE Grader Blade

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ARA Survey- Contractors Prefer renting to Buying Equipment

The American Rental Association conducted a comprehensive survey about contractors and released its report recently. According to the survey, contractors are increasingly adopting the cost-saving method of renting heaving equipment as compared to buying expensive heavy-duty and other equipment. The survey report indicates that equipment rentals are set to rise by over 21% this year and the forecast by the report is that there is no likelihood of a downturn

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emissions and climate crisis

A Global Carbon Tax is the Right Solution to the Global Climate Crisis

By now, there is no scientific doubt that climate change is real and that we humans are the cause of it. We also know why it’s happening, as well. It’s the massive amount of greenhouse gasses like carbon dioxide that we’ve been pumping into our atmosphere since the dawn of the industrial age. The data surrounding this is irrefutable – and staggering. Right now, our atmosphere contains over 414 parts-per-million of carbon

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Innovative vanadium electrolyte rental product for industrial use

Bushveld Minerals through its 84%-owned energy subsidiary, Bushveld Energy, has enabled the successful deployment of an innovative vanadium electrolyte rental product in industrial-scale batteries developed and sold by Avalon Battery Corporation in the United States. Mikhail Nikomarov, CEO of Bushveld Energy comments: “Renting electrolyte is only practical with vanadium because the metal does not degrade after its useful life, one more reason that vanadium is the preferred mineral for energy storage systems.

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