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Aerial Fleet Management: Considerations for 2WD vs. 4WD Boom Lifts

Aerial equipment is among the most rented machines in your rental store’s fleet. And, there is a good reason why — contractors’ needs change dramatically from one job to another, and to keep up with the needs of the contractors, rental yards should contain a broad range of sizes and features in aerial equipment.  …

Advantages of Buying Used Aerial Work Platforms from Your OEM

There are many ways to buy used aerial work platforms in today’s technology-driven world. You can shop online, browse the equipment trader magazines, seek out a private seller or buy at auction. However, if you want to get the best value from your investment, you should start your search for used aerial equipment at the…

Controlling Maintenance Repair Time is Key to Lowering Fleet Costs

Controlling the cost of your rental fleet is important to be a profitable rental company, but where do you begin? Purchase cheaper equipment?  If you purchase lower quality equipment for less money, you risk having more downtime and will spend more in parts and labor to make repairs. Attempt to cut corners on the parts…

How our Manufacturing Practices Influence your rROIC

Our goal at Genie is to produce industry-leading aerial lift equipment designed and built to maximize machine uptime and provide the highest rental return on invested capital (rROIC) to our customers. We define quality by our equipment’s uptime in the field. Our standards for quality are set with a firm foundation in our proven manufacturing…

Fleet Reconditioning

Today’s business climate demands that you carefully consider how best to manage your fleet to maximize the rental return on invested capital (rROIC). To extend the opportunities with the machines you already own, consider fleet reconditioning.   What is fleet reconditioning? Fleet reconditioning is a service offered to extend the service life and the value…

Maintenance Tips for Your Tier 4 Final Aerial Work Platforms

After decades of preparation, aerials with Tier 4 Final engines are beginning to find their way into your rental fleets. As you probably know, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) outlined a tiered series of emissions regulations for off-road engines in equipment in the mid-1990’s. Tier 4 Final (T4F) is the culmination of the EPA’s mandate,…

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Updated Cable Replacement Protocol for Genie® Boom Lifts

With rental equipment constantly going out and coming in, less time in the shop translates to more time out on rent. To help fleet owners save money and simplify maintenance procedures, Genie has revised its protocol for cable replacement on its cable-operated telescopic booms — the Genie® S™-60/S-65, S-80/S-85, S-100/S-125, SX-135 XC™, SX-150 and SX-180…

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Managing the Age of Your Equipment Fleet

Rental fleet managers work hard to find the precise balance between a machine’s age, hours, maintenance and depreciation expenses to determine the optimum time to retire or replace a machine. The process is influenced by the economy, the number of construction projects currently happening and the opportunities to increase the rental store’s profits.   From…

Cash, Lease or Finance – Options to Purchase Your Rental Fleet

Equipment acquisition decisions are more involved than just picking which models to stock in your rental fleet. They also include your plan on how to purchase that equipment. Whether you chose to buy or lease, you need to understand all your options to pay for your rental fleet and chose which one is best for…