RENT1 EQUIPMENT RENTALS NOW AN OFFICIAL MOROOKA RENTS DEALER

Rent1 provides equipment and earthmoving services including heavy equipment and custom attachment rentals, machine operators, and construction, demolition, landscaping, transportation, and equipment maintenance services. With 24-hour availability, online ordering, and competitive pricing, Rent1 has risen to prominence as a reliable, cost-effective business serving North America.

#311 Vancouver, Canada - October 20, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Vancouver, Canada – Rent1 Heavy Equipment Rentals, a heavy equipment rental company headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia, known for its technology advancements including digital ordering and online rental agreement processing, today announced that it has become an official Morooka rental equipment dealer serving Alaska to California. This partnership between Rent1 and Morooka broadens the Rent1 fleet with a wide range of Morooka rubber track carriers and utility carriers to serve rising needs for ad-hoc construction equipment rentals in the pacific region.

“The lack of availability for crawler carriers in this region has unfortunately led to delays in the work of our construction, landscaping, demolition, oil and gas, and engineering partners,” says Director of Rent1, Kevin Haluk. “Our customers can’t afford to wait for equipment rentals to be sourced and shipped, usually at a large expense, from other regions in North America.”

Partnering with Morooka expands the earthmoving equipment inventory of Rent1, which includes excavators, skid steers, track loaders, backhoes, telehandlers, articulated dump trucks, dozers, and crawler dumpers. The size and weight of Morooka carriers added to this fleet range from general landscaping machines such as the Morooka MST600VD, to larger, industrial-sized heavy equipment like the Morooka MST3000VD, which has a maximum payload of 33,100lbs.

“Morooka continues to lead the industry with a reputation for reliable and high-performance tracked carrier and tracked utility vehicles,” says Will Stayer, Morooka Canada Regional Manager. “By creating a new rental dealership in this region of North America, Morooka equipment can reach a much larger market. Rent1 has proven to be an innovative company, devoted to quality, with wide reach in the region.”

The entire catalog of Morooka carrier vehicles can be viewed on the Rent1 website and is available for rent today. In the meantime, Rent1 has set its sights on expanding further into the United States.

“Our research shows that contractors and construction companies in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and California are all in need of more heavy equipment rentals,” says Haluk. “We believe there is ample opportunity to cost-effectively provide the earthmoving equipment our clients want, not only in British Columbia but throughout the pacific region.”

Contact Info:
Name: Puya Turkiyan
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Organization: Rent1 Equipment Rentals
Address: 68 Water Street., #311 Vancouver, BC V6B-1A4, Canada
Phone: +1-604-409-8894
Website: https://www.rent1.ca/

Source: NewsNetwork

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