Sourcing the right equipment: onsite rental

Published:  18 April, 2018

Since the economic recession, work and productivity within the construction industry has gradually started to increase. However, as productivity increases, so does the competitiveness of the market; more construction firms compete for work so firms must ensure that they are sourcing the right equipment for the right job – at a competitive price. As more firms saturate the market, demand and prices for equipment also start to increase – increasing contractor operating costs.

Renting the wrong equipment, or equipment that is not fit for purpose, can cost a construction firm time and money when working to deadlines. This is why construction firms are now more and more reliant on third-party services that can help assist them in getting the right equipment that will aid the performance of a job in the most cost effective and efficient manner. For example, Reconomy – specialists in servicing recycling solutions for the construction industry – can help firms with skip hire and site equipment hire that allows them to rent based on the client’s specific on-the-job requirements, so that the equipment is rented at a cost-efficient price for the right job.

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