IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#ARA—BigRentz, the nation’s largest equipment rental network, is one of the newest members of the American Rental Association and will attend The ARA Show, marking the first time a non-equipment owning marketplace has been allowed to be a member of the ARA and attend the annual conference.
BigRentz will be located at booth 4938 and is inviting attendees to stop by for demonstrations of how easy it is to expand their customer base, increase utilization of their fleet, broadened their reach outside their territory with BigRentz’s online presence, and improve performance with proprietary market and opportunity data. Likewise, it will highlight how its one-click booking from any device makes it easier for clients to see pricing and reserve construction equipment.
“We believe this is a significant step forward and illustrates a shift in perception of how construction equipment is rented. The industry is embracing new business models like ours that leverage technology,” said Scott Cannon, CEO of BigRentz. “We are truly excited to be part of such an important industry event and to have the opportunity to network with other companies in the trade.”
The ARA expects equipment rental revenue to reach $56 billion this year, with technology playing a major role.
Cannon continued, “Now that we have made a name for ourselves in the industry with clear metrics on user growth, it has become clear that we are not here to disrupt, but to partner with suppliers, to be a sales and marketing channel for them, and another stream of business. You can expect BigRentz to have major growth this year in terms of our suppliers and geographic reach.”
To schedule a meeting in advance of the event, please email StrategicPartnerships@BigRentz.com.
BigRentz is an online construction equipment rental marketplace. Our more than 2,500 partners with over 8,500 rental yards across the country represent the biggest equipment rental network in the nation. BigRentz is leading the equipment rental industry by using innovative technology to streamline the rental process for both the customer and the supplier. For our customers, we simplify the procurement and logistics challenges of renting construction equipment. For our equipment suppliers, we help drive their revenue, broaden their reach, and increase their overall utilization. Types of equipment rented include aerial equipment: boom lifts and scissor lifts; material handling equipment: forklifts and telehandlers; earthmoving equipment: backhoes, skid steers, and dozers; site services: dumpsters, light towers, and storage containers; and specialty rentals for a variety of industries. Visit www.BigRentz.com.
Gina Ray, APR