Webinar: 4 ways to maximise revenue and regain control over rental gensets

You can’t tell how long your gensets run each day once they leave your depot. Nor can you tell how well they’re maintained. Until now. Join IPU’s live webinar on April 6th to learn four ways to increase revenue and protect rental gensets.

Maximise revenue

Most rental gensets are hired out by the day, week or month – nothing more precise. As a supplier, you have to assume that gensets will be used a certain number of hours a day. But if they are used 14 hours a day instead of the 8 you were expecting you are missing out on revenue and absorbing extra maintenance costs.

Conversely, if they are only used for 3 hours a day your customer is paying too much – he may not be your customer next time he needs a genset.

Join the IPU Academy webinar on Thursday 6th April to find out how hourly rental can increase your revenue and competitiveness. The webinar has been specifically created for rental companies and rental genset suppliers.

Regain control

It is almost inevitable that you lose track of your gensets between the day they leave your depot and the day they return. Are they kept where they are meant to be? Are they properly maintained? Will you be able to rent them to another customer?

Your hire contract’s small print only offers partial protection against misuse. Many manufacturers will refuse to repair damage under warranty caused by bad fuel, inadequate lubrication and poor maintenance.

Join the webinar to see how you could track your gensets, remotely control them and check how well they are maintained.

The agenda

Co-presented between ComAp product specialists and IPU, we will be covering simple ways to gain control of your rental gensets, including:

•Using geotracking and geofencing to pinpoint the location of gensets and shut them down remotely if they stray too far

•How to charge by the hour so you can maximise revenue from gensets in heavy use and undercut your competitors on gensets in light use.

•Using the history log to determine how the genset has been treated and whether important alarms were ignored

•Using superior remote monitoring to control the genset or shut it down directly from your office.

If you’re interested in maximising revenue from your equipment, register for the webinar here