All Party/Events Equipment Articles
Dutch companies Bredenoord and DBR will offer the generators capable of operating in harsh environments from the start of next year
Australian Hire and Rental Industry Association points to need to follow weighting guidelines when erecting marquees after serious accident
Germany-based Röder rents and sells temporary space solutions including marquees and big tents
Brent Mumford takes reins at US-based events rental company, replacing current CEO Jeff Black, who has left the company
UK rental company confirms latest specialty division, expects events market to increase steadily over next five years
Report from AMA Research forecasts 23% growth over next five years reaching value of €748 million by 2018
UK rental firm diversifies its services with new equipment range, including portable toilets and mobile welfare units.
World's largest party rentals business entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in February with a view to arranging a sale. New owner is Apollo Global Management.
Lion Trackhire has been ranked 26th in The Sunday Times Virgin Fast Track 100 league table, which ranks Britain's 100 private companies with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years.
Zeppelin Rental recently provided a wide range of construction and access equipment, as well as designing and implementing a three-storey viewing tower, for the 2013 X Games extreme sports event.
De Boer recently created a venue for a charity dinner held in London’s Horse Guards Parade and attended by celebrities and business leaders.
UK event and construction equipment rental company GT Trax has moved into crowd control with the purchase of a fleet of metal barriers.
Temporary roadways rental company Eve will be run as a separate division of A-Plant in the UK.
UK-based temporary access systems supplier Eve has entered into partnership with event delivery and implementation company Icon:SLS to offer barrier and fence dressings for outdoor events.
Events rental companies will be presented with a range of ‘green’ rental products at this year’s Showman’s Show in the UK.
Temporary structures supplier De Boer is to provide more than 30000 m2 of hospitality tents at this year's European Football Championships, taking place June 8 to July 1.
Temporary structures firm De Boer is gearing up for a busy year in 2012 with several headline events calling on its services in the UK.
Youngman Group is starting to market an Australian-made, five-colour variable message board that it thinks has enormous potential in the rental market.
Temporary structure company De Boer is launching a series of specialist training courses for sub-contractors in the UK.
Party and events rental software company Navigator Systems has introduced an RFID asset tagging system for the events sector with a ‘walk-through’ arch detector allowing companies to scan cases of equipment into and out of their depots.