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Vandalia Rental To Open Location In Lima, Ohio

LIMA, Ohio -- Vandalia Rental proudly announces the grand opening of the Lima, Ohio branch with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 1 at 4:30 p.m. Vandalia Rental is the premier equipment rental solutions provider offering construction equipment and services to contractors and industrial clients. Renting equipment reduces cost and eliminates the need for storage and maintenance.

Along with residential and commercial construction equipment, the new location specializes in equipment rental for the area's vast industrial manufacturing needs.

"We are excited to partner with local contractors and be a key partner with Lima's Real American Strength of Industrial Manufacturing," said Stephen Barga, Lima Branch Manager. "This is a great opportunity for Vandalia Rental to expand our service offering to the Lima area."

Additionally, the location services a 60-mile radius of Lima, Ohio, and brings rental equipment closer to the needs of many local contractors, builders, and facility maintenance teams.

"Over the past few years, we have increased our partnership with Lima area customers," said Jimmy Hassan, Director of Sales. "By expanding our geographic footprint, we can eliminate the need for our northwest Ohio customers to travel to secure equipment for their projects. This way, they can complete their equipment solution needs right here in their own backyard. We are excited and honored to be a part of the Lima community."

The new location will be located off I-75 and will serve several of the surrounding areas.

"It's the ideal location to conveniently serve the equipment rental needs of contractors and industrial clients in the Lima, Findlay, Fort Laramie, Bowling Green, Wapakoneta, and Fort Wayne areas," said Kurt Barney, President of Vandalia Rental. "Vandalia Rental prides itself on personalized service. We are anxious to provide exceptional service to this community and allow customers to experience rental 'The Way It Should Be.'"

About Vandalia Rental

Vandalia Rental has served the Greater Dayton and Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky markets since 1961. Vandalia Rental proudly services construction rental accounts ranging from small businesses to large publicly traded corporations, government agencies, and municipalities throughout the Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky regions, and sales accounts throughout the country.

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Mg O’Hare Law Releases White Paper on New York State’s Industrial Equipment Rental Industry for Owners and Operators

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Mg O'Hare Law, a New York Law Firm, releases white paper on New York State's Industrial Equipment Rental Market for Owners and Operators. The industrial equipment rental market is forecast to grow over the next five years to 2023. New York State is expected to outpace the rate of growth of the U.S. industry. A focus on customer retention can give operators an edge over the competition.

Mg O'Hare Law announced the publication of its white paper, "The Competitive Edge: New York State's Industrial Equipment Rental Market Report: For Owners and Operators."

The white paper, authored by New York attorney Marti Granizo-O'Hare, uses market data to analyze how focusing on customer retention can help equipment rental operators compete.

"Businesses that increase their customer retention rate by 5 percent could increase the value of a customer by 25 percent to 100 percent. Companies focus on customer volume when analyzing profit margins for a specific period but often overlook calculating the loss rate of existing customers in the same period," Ms. O'Hare cites the research.

Ms. O'Hare's whitepaper considers how "eighty-five percent of New York equipment rental operators employ less than twenty employees, and the average less than ten," according to industry data. "Personnel and budget constraints prevent an operator from designating and training staff to perform the type of customer service needed to cement long-term customer relationships," says Ms. O'Hare.

"Given the potential in even a small increase in customer retention, equipment rental operators should consider whether outsourcing this responsibility makes sense for their business," says Ms. O'Hare. She outlines five criteria for operators to evaluate the outsourcing option.

Ms. O'Hare's white paper consists of industry data, customer retention research and professional experience to support her conclusions.

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Marti Granizo-O'Hare is a New York State licensed attorney. She has been practicing law and alternative dispute resolution for twenty-six years. Ms. O'Hare is a professional mediator and a former adjunct law professor. Since 2011 she has focused her law practice on assisting clients in the equipment rental industry.

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