Konecranes Launches Crane Rental Program



Konecranes will now offer low- to mid-range capacity cranes for rent, giving a new alternative to buying a crane. Dubbed RENTALL, the new program allows a customer to get a crane without any large capital investment, combined with a service package, where Konecranes takes care of maintenance and spare parts and the customer can focus on their core business.

“With RENTALL we can approach the customer with a new way to source the crane. We have piloted the RENTALL concept in a few countries and based on positive feedback from satisfied customers, we are now launching the concept to new markets,” said Raine Jussila, product manager of Konecranes RENTALL.

Konecranes RENTALL is a bundled service that aims to help businesses control equipment and maintenance costs. With a fixed monthly fee, customers get a small- or mid-size crane with a full service package that includes preventive and routine maintenance, repairs, parts replacement, 24/7 on-call service and TRUCONNECT remote monitoring.

Customers can choose to rent a crane of up to 20 tons of capacity from the Konecranes industrial crane range. Only site-related items, transportation, installation, commissioning and initial inspection are paid up-front. Then there is a fixed monthly fee for the contract period.

The minimum Konecranes RENTALL contract period is three years. After this, customers can choose to continue with the rental agreement, buy the crane at a pre-agreed price or return it to Konecranes. Konecranes RENTALL is available in Finland, UK, Singapore, Australia, Sweden and Norway. The company plans to introduce RENTALL to other countries in the near future.

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