Rental industry expects rebound in 2011

May 2011
Underground Construction;May2011, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p54
Trade Publication
The article offers news brief related to rental industry in the U.S. Volvo mentions that it project that Volvo E Rents will play an increasing significant role in keeping sales in the uptrend. The sweepstakes "Your Competitive Edge" from Kobelco will give a chance to win a one-year lease on a new compact excavator. The used equipment prices have increased and appear to step up during 2011.


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