The RER 100: Top Rental Equipment Companies of 2016

By Michael Roth   After five consecutive years of growth, the RER 100 took a bit of a tumble in 2016. Not a large drop – 2.9 percent – and a good chunk of that was a major company, NES Rentals, being acquired and coming off the list. But after five consecutive years of growth – four years of double-digit increases and 2015 revenue up 9.2 percent – 2016 results were a far cry from the energy of this growth cycle. And, speaking of energy, it was precisely the ...

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