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Acquiring Construction Equipment

Many companies and contractors in need of acquiring new or used construction equipment don't have the financial resources to buy the construction equipment outright, unless it is a large corporation or a branch of the government. This is when the option of rental or leasing construction equipment comes into play. Deciding to rent or lease frequently depends on what the contractor or business manager feels most comfortable doing from a financial perspective after evaluating what suits their needs from long term leasing to short term renting. This side of construction equipment rentals has met a positive growth since 2004, where nearly 50% of construction equipment dealers' are offering heavy equipment rentals as part of their operation.

There are two ways most companies acquire their structure equipment, renting or leasing. Many contractors or business managers viewed renting or leasing as an opening to test out construction equipment at no second cost and with no strings attached with the possibility of buying. Most often the rental would be converted into a purchase to avoid losing the invested. As a rule, buyers would take into account whether their business is up-and-coming or floundering, before committing to importing any construction equipment. In a case where a business has an uncertain future, the potential buyers may deem renting as the best way economically, and subsequently return the equipment to its owner when the job is done.

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) is the international trade and business development store for companies with the aim of manufacture equipment, products and services used worldwide in the construction, agricultural, mining, forestry, and utility fields. The AEM has conducted a survey that foresees that in the near future, more construction equipment buyers will go to the Net for product purchases; as construction equipment buyers increasingly turn to the Internet for communication and, in turn, for support.

Consequently, the rise of auctions, sales, renting and leasing have made a variety of merchants who provide to the needs of companies and contractors worldwide. On-line merchants such as as: Machine Mart, Rock & Dirt, Machinery Trader, Flatten Planet, Contractors Hotline, etc. are only a few of the leading markets where companies and contractors alike can find nearly every piece of construction equipment they are looking for, from the top manufacturers such as Caterpillar and John Deere to many more. Many of these merchants offer the options of buying, selling, renting and leasing of new and used construction equipment to parts service and repair and machine maintenance. It's always wise to investigate the background of any seller before you place a bid or purchase any construction equipment, to certify a good reputable stand point prior to entering a contract with any dealer or merchant. It's always wise to evaluate deals on construction equipment with other offerings before committing to any deal.