Why renting survey and spatial gear is easier than ever

By on 4 April, 2019

TechRentals has shaken up the equipment rental market by being the first company to offer Leica, Topcon, and Trimble survey systems in the one place.

Recently revealing its new range of survey and spatial gear, the unique offering is getting attention by finally allowing customers to shop around and easily compare prices.

It’s a welcome change that not only sees the biggest brands stand side-by-side for the first time in the rental market, but puts choice back in the hands of consumers where previously there was a monopoly.

Paul Standen, Category Manager at TechRentals headquarters in Melbourne, says that introducing the range of survey and spatial technology was a natural progression for the company, which has been innovating in the Australian test and measurement rental market since 1974.

Instruments are provided with an EDM Calibration Certificate, and are available for either short or long-term rentals. The range features the latest equipment from Leica, Topcon, and Trimble including Robotic Total Stations, GNSS/GPS Systems, Digital Levels, Laser Levels, Service Locators, and Scanners will be added soon.

The range is backed by the support of tech-savvy staff who can simplify the rental process. Combined with the compelling cost-saving benefits, it looks like now might be the right time to think outside the box, and take a closer look at the new landscape of rentals where finally, there is a choice.

For more information or to search the TechRentals stable of survey and spatial equipment, visit their website.

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