17Apr

Oregon Approves Construction Wage Protection Measures

As reported by Construction Dive, an important development in the construction industry occurred in Oregon with the House of Representatives passing legislation that says general contractors must pay past due wages and benefits owed to their subcontractors’ employees under certain circumstances. The legislation now moves on to the Oregon Senate to await voting. The law […]

13Mar

Employers Say the Skills Shortage is Impacting These 3 Areas

The labor shortage within the construction industry is impacting almost every facet of construction jobs. However, a recent report from Hays’ U.S. 2018 Salary Guide showcases that no matter what industry, there are three general business elements 92% of the survey respondents agreed were being severely impacted. Productivity: This is an obvious one when it […]

08Mar

Is Your Dealership Website Bringing in Business?

You might have a website that you built 10 years ago and haven’t focused on it since. There have been minimal changes made, or possibly no changes, and you’re wondering why everyone raves about websites being an important sales and general business asset since you’re not seeing any results from it. You might be missing […]

27Feb

These Are the Construction Trends to Watch in 2018

We’ve talked a lot about different trends for 2017 and even predictions for 2018. More specifically, we looked at the top safety violations in 2017, as well as website trends to keep in mind for 2018. But what is the construction industry going to look like in 2018? Construction Dive weighed in with their predicted […]

04Jan

The Top 10 Safety Violations of 2017

As we move forward into 2018 and focus on our exciting goals and potential for the year, it’s important to reflect and look at what we can learn from the past year. At the end of the year, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released a list detailing the most-cited safety violations for 2017. […]

02Jan

Positive Outlook for Equipment Industry Growth in 2018

There has been a consistent trend in reports and surveys about projected growth in the equipment industry for 2018. Whether it’s from a sales or renting perspective, those in the industry have all weighed in to say they have a positive outlook for the industry. For example, from a capital standpoint, Construction Dive reported there […]

12Dec

Equipment Trader Feature: 7 Reasons to Rent

Throughout the truck, equipment and agriculture industries, the decision to rent is becoming increasingly popular. Peer-to peer rental companies and websites, such as our sister company Equipment Trader, have seen a steady uptick in rental requests. Business owners and workers see the benefit in having access to the equipment, but not necessarily being fully committed […]

Mobile Equipment Rental Stores
28Nov

Commercial Innovation: Mobile Equipment Rental Stores

In this portion of the blog series, we highlight the latest innovative approaches in the commercial equipment industry. This week we’re discussing how equipment rental software companies have embraced technological advances to adapt to the needs of their customer base. A recent article featured in Rental Management highlighted the technology that rental software companies see […]