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Sunbelt Rentals, on Jan 25, 2021 9:01:42 AM
December 16, 2020 – Memphis, Tenn. – Manufacturers employing thousands of people now have a rapid way to safely screen shift workers for a common COVID-19 symptom, thanks to Memphis company Sunbelt Rentals USA.
Sunbelt Rentals, on Mar 21, 2019 1:45:00 PM
Our economy is in a constant state of change it seems. With so many economic unknowns, businesses must prepare to survive during tumultuous times. When a company encounters the need for a new structure, choosing to lease with Sunbelt Rentals could ultimately save a production timeline and a company’s bottom line. With flexibility on terms, installation, removal and pricing for long-term rentals, the power of leasing cannot be ignored.
Sunbelt Rentals, on Jan 24, 2019 8:38:11 AM
Quite frankly, there are endless possibilities as to the service and particular needs that a temporary structure can offer a business. From churches, to manufacturing plants, to equipment storage to lunch rooms — Sunbelt Rentals temporary structures are limitless in their purpose.
Sunbelt Rentals, on Dec 21, 2018 9:01:00 AM
Over the past eight years, the manufacturing industry has bounced back strongly from its cavernous low during the Great Recession, gaining 1.1 million jobs, according the Institute for Supply Management.
Sunbelt Rentals, on Nov 8, 2018 7:28:00 AM
You probably have contingency plans in place for when things go wrong. But are you prepared for growth?
According to the Industry Pulse: 2018 Manufacturing Workforce Report, skilled talent is a top hindrance to growth in the manufacturing sector. The report states, “Three of the top challenges companies face in the next three years revolve around developing a skilled workforce. These challenges directly affect another top challenge: expanding business.”
Sunbelt Rentals, on Jul 5, 2018 9:14:00 AM
The following article was originally published in the May 2018 edition of BIC Magazine.
When people ask about factors affecting oil prices, industry vets often point to three things: taxes, politics, and weather. As the U.S. Energy Information Administration puts it: Worldwide supply and demand determines the prices for crude oil; demand varies depending on factors like the economy and the weather, and weather events in the United States and political events in other countries affect supply.