May 2002
Rental Equipment Register;May2002, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p52
Trade Publication
Interviews Kevin Rodgers, chief executive officer of National Equipment Services (NES) in the U.S., about the company's 2001 year-end acquisition of Brambles and its prospects for improvement in 2002. Benefits from the acquisition; Market coverage and rental fleets of NES and Brambles; Business outlook.


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