Welcome Scott Christopher to the CP team

Recently, we named Scott Christopher to the position of regional sales manager. His official start date was in early October. Scott will manage sales in the southeast region of the U.S. covering the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia and Florida. In his new role, Scott will be responsible for working with… Read more »

Congratulations Eric Massinon on 30 years at CP

Pictured: Left, Jonathan Cook, vice president at CP. Right, Eric Massinon, business development manager at CP. A big congrats is in store for Eric Massinon who recently marked 30 years with CP. We celebrated at our annual sales meeting in Pompano Beach, Florida. Much has changed here at CP in the last three decades, but… Read more »

Thank you for 24 years of service!

John Vogel, our executive vice president, is calling it a career, and what a career it has been. He has been with our organization for an impressive 24 years. Originally, John was president of Kango before Atlas Copco Construction Tools acquired the company in the early 1990s. He came along as part of the package… Read more »

Re-Generating a Town in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey

  Hurricane Harvey, one of the worst hurricanes on record in North America, made landfall on the small coastal tourist town of Rockport, Texas, in late August. It left the city in shambles. The Category 4 hurricane hit peak intensity on its path to Houston. Rockport was not only flooded, it was leveled. The damage… Read more »

Winterizing Generators

  Generators are formidable machines, powering electric needs in any condition from the bitter cold of winter to the heat summer brings. During these extreme seasons, it is vital to maintain these units to ensure their performance is up to par. With winter on the horizon, it is a good time to start thinking about… Read more »

An Economy on the Move

  CONEXPO/CON-AGG is upon us. Much has changed since the last one only three years ago compared to now, especially the economy. Three years ago, the construction industry was trying to find some stability, grow and continue to make headway. Today, we find ourselves in slow, but steady growth, and a relatively stable landscape. Note:… Read more »

Hitting the Market: Compressor Trends

Compressors are crucial to many jobsites and the market for this is always evolving. One of the main factors that contributes to the ever-changing market is in regards to regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In an effort to maintain high profitability in the face of new emissions regulations, many rental stores are rebuilding… Read more »

Taking a Proactive Approach to Business

MikeRentals, Inc. CP hydraulic breakers are tough. In addition to that, they offer reliable performance and heavy hitting in a wide range of applications. For MikeRentals, Inc., those factors led the company to buy additional CP equipment. MikeRentals, Inc., of Sikeston, Missouri, is a general tool and equipment rental company. The company opened for business… Read more »

A Tool Shed: Generating Awareness for a Good Cause

Since starting out in 1945 as a mom-and-pop shop in Sunnyvale, California, A Tool Shed Equipment Rentals has built up its brand over the decades. While the family-owned store is now on its third generation and much larger than they were when the company originated, one thing has stayed consistent throughout: the drive to help… Read more »

People. Passion. Performance.

Simply said, the phrase describes the way we operate, offering strong products backed by an outstanding sales and service support team.