Renta completes the acquisition of Del-Pin
Renta Group Oy (“Renta Group” or “Renta”) is pleased to announce the completion of the acquisition of A.L. DEL-PIN A/S (“Del-Pin” or “the Company”). Del-Pin is a Danish general rental company with nine depots, more than 60 employees and annual revenues of almost DKK 100 million.
The acquisition significantly strengthens Renta’s presence in Denmark by growing the rental network from 6 to 15 depots.
We are very proud to welcome one of Denmark’s oldest rental companies to the Renta family. Del-Pin is an excellent addition to Renta’s Danish operations with its complementary geographical presence, highly skilled staff, and strong profitability. Together with Del-Pin, we will strive to continue to serve its customers with the same first-class service as before, while further expanding the product offering and implementing digital solutions.
Kari Aulasmaa, CEO of Renta Group, said:
“We are excited to welcome the Del-Pin team into the Group. The Company has a long history of excellent customer service and profitable growth. The acquisition complements our geographic coverage and is a significant step towards establishing a nationwide network in Denmark. We look forward to working with the professionals of Del-Pin.”
About Renta Group
Renta Group is a Northern European full-service equipment rental company founded in 2015. The Company has operations in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Poland, and the Baltics, with 136 depots and approximately 1,500 employees. Renta is a general rental company with a wide range of construction machines and equipment along with related services. In addition to operating a network of rental depots, Renta is a significant supplier of scaffolding and weather-protection services. For more information, visit www.renta.com
The Company was founded in 1984 and is one of the oldest rental companies in Denmark. Del-Pin is a general rental company serving construction, industry and DIY sectors in the southern parts of Jutland and on Fyn. Del-Pin has nine depots, more than 60 employees and annual revenues of almost DKK 100 million. For more information, visit www.delpin.dk
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