Another acquisition for RentalMax

Chicago based RentalMax has acquired A to Z RentAll and Sales of Madison, Wisconsin from Kevin Hoffman and family.

The acquisition is the second this year and RentalMax’s first location in Wisconsin, A to Z - RentAll will continue to operate from the same premises that A to Z has occupied since 1980. The business was founded in 1954 by Kevin Hoffman’s parents, Rex and Enid Hoffman, the following year the company became a founding member of the ARA - American Rental Association. Kevin Hoffman was appointed as ARA president in 2018, he also owns an event rental business, that he will continue to own and operate.

John Jeanguenat of RentalMax said: “We are thrilled to welcome A to Z RentAll to the RentalMax family. The rental tradition established by the Hoffman family in Madison is as rich as any independent rental business in the country. We are honoured to carry on that tradition and expand RentalMax into a thriving community. We pride ourselves on providing great equipment and personalized service to our loyal customer base, and our customers are at the centre of every decision we make. We look forward to serving the loyal customers who have frequented A to Z RentAll and Sales for nearly 70 years.”

Hoffman added: “I am pleased to have RentalMax continue the operation of our tool rental division in the Madison market. Working with John Jeanguenat and his team at RentalMax has given me comfort that our team members will have enhanced support and improved opportunities for growth. For our customers and community this represents access to a larger selection of equipment and greater focus on their needs. This is a win for everybody involved and I am committed to helping make this successful for all.”
RentalMax now has 10 locations in greater Chicago, northwest Indiana and now Wisconsin. link[https://vertikal.net/en/news/story/39549/rentalmax-takes-regional-rentals[(n March it acquired Regional Rental & Sales of Hobart, Indiana).


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