Able Equipment Rental Buys Aerial Work Platform Assets

As part of the transaction, Able will provide equipment and services to Platinum and its affiliated companies throughout NYC under a continuing agreement.

Tue June 16, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Able purchases its equipment from the industry’s leading manufacturers and continues to add to its fleet.
Able purchases its equipment from the industry’s leading manufacturers and continues to add to its fleet.

Able Equipment Rental Inc. of NY has purchased the aerial work platform assets of Altitude Equipment Rentals, Manhattan, N.Y., a subsidiary of Platinum Maintenance Services Corp.

Platinum Maintenance Services Corp. is a provider of scaffolding, façade cleaning and restoration, and interior maintenance services to many prominent buildings in New York City.

As part of the transaction, Able will provide equipment and services to Platinum and its affiliated companies throughout NYC under a continuing agreement.

Able’s Vice President and General Manager Mike Cohan said, “This transaction is a good opportunity for both parties as Platinum can focus on its building maintenance businesses and Able can add to its aerial work platform fleet. It offers customers of both companies continued top-tier experiences, more transparent pricing and no disruption of services.”

Able purchases its equipment from the industry’s leading manufacturers and continues to add to its fleet. Equipment is available for daily, weekly, monthly and long-term rentals. There also is equipment financing plans available for new and used equipment.

For more information on Able Equipment Rental, visit ableequipment.com.




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