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Ariens introduces rental program

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The program includes a full line of products and related accessories for snow removal, mowing, chore and debris handling.

| February 10, 2012

Ariens Co. introduced a new program at The Rental Show  (annual convention of the American Rental Association) on Feb. 5-8, 2012 in New Orleans aimed at the rental equipment industry. The program includes a full line of products and related accessories for snow removal, mowing, chore and debris handling offered under the Ariens and Parker brands.

“Ariens Company meets the multiple seasonal needs of the rental business with a very broad equipment offering. This line-up provides residential and semi-professional landscape contracting customers with products and brands that are backed by more than 75-years of heritage in the power equipment industry,” says Dan Ariens, Company President. “The chore product offering, in particular, provides a unique value proposition leveraging our strengths in building durable, all-steel, quality equipment as defined by our market-leading Sno-Thro® brand.”

Ariens and Parker products are designed, fabricated, assembled and tested at manufacturing facilities in Brillion, Wis., Lincoln, Neb. and Opp, Ala. As an integrated manufacturer, Ariens Company produces nearly all the metal components in its line of equipment in order to maintain quality and cost of the product, according to Ariens.

The Ariens brand is currently available in North America through The Home Depot,

W.W. Grainger, MSC and independent power equipment dealers. The Parker brand is available through Grainger and MSC.

The Ariens Co. rental program offers the following product categories:

Snow Removal Equipment and Accessories

    Snow throwers
    Power brushes

Mowing Equipment and Accessories

    Walk-behind mowers
    Zero-turn mowers

Chore Equipment and Accessories

    String trimmers
    Edgers
    Dethatchers
    Tillers
    Brush Cutters
    Log Splitters

Debris Handling Equipment and Accessories

    Vacuums
    Blowers
    Sweepers

Utility Vehicles and Accessories

 

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