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Keys to Success in Industrial Rentals

Keys to Success in Industrial Rentals

October 4, 2017  2pm ET/11am PT

Renting to industrial facilities is more complex and demanding than most construction rentals. The challenge can begin with just finding the right person within the industrial customer to rent to. More often than not, industrial rentals do not end at 5 p.m.; more likely it will involve a 24-hour commitment, seven days a week, and that is not an exaggeration. Very often the customer will want to know more about you – what is your safety record, what kind of safety programs does your company have, and what are the safety and service records associated with each piece of equipment they will ask for.

Demands may be more stringent, and the commitment may be more taxing, but the rewards will probably be worth it. Listen to and learn from experts from small independents and large national rental firms.

Join us for this webinar to learn: 

* How to contact industrial customers.
* What type of equipment do they need.
* What is the importance of round-the-clock service, and more!

Hear from a panel of leading rental companies that have experience in this growing market. 

Paul McDonnell,
SVP of Sales & Specialty Operations, United Rentals, Stamford, Conn.
Jennifer Lombard, President, Lizzy Lift Inc., Elmhurst, Ill.
Anne Wightman, Rental Manager, Lizzy Lift Inc., Elmhurst, Ill.
Troy D Farkas, Area Sales Manager, Illini Hi-Reach, Crown Point, Ind.

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