Available on 8 June at 12 noon UK time to mark the launch of the Global Powered Access Rental Market Reports 2022, compiled exclusively for the International Powered Access Federation (IPAF) by global business research company Ducker. Selected members of IPAF will qualify for a free copy of this year’s report.
The IPAF webinar will be available on IPAF’s website and on the IPAF YouTube channel and will give an overview of the latest powered access rental market data available in IPAF’s 2022 edition of its Global Powered Access Rental Market Report.
Euan Youdale, Editor of Access International magazine, will offer insights into national and regional MEWP rental markets under study, while Anne Myon, Managing Director, EMEA at Ducker, explores some of the data in closer detail, demonstrating the valuable business intelligence and granular insights available in the reports.
IPAF has worked with Ducker for the past 13 years to provide the most consistent and detailed insight into global powered access rental market trends available today. The 2022 report covers: the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands and the Nordic countries, which together comprise the ten European markets under study, plus the US and Canada. As in 2020, there is a special focus on China, and following its introduction in 2021, an additional report covering key markets in the Middle East – Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE (countries in the Gulf Co-operation Council).
The report is available to all to purchase now as one of four packages, while selected IPAF member companies qualify for a free version of the report as part of an enhanced range of IPAF member benefits for 2022. The award-winning reports estimate the size of the MEWP rental fleet worldwide and feature such metrics as rental revenue and rates, fleet size, utilisation rate, fleet mix, machine power sources, investment, annual retention period etc. The Global Report compares all countries under study and includes data analysis and comparison by country, region and machine type and more.