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CFO resigns from RSC

Apr. 6, 2010 – RSC Holdings has announced that its chief financial officer, David Mathieson, has resigned from his position. Mathieson will be leaving the company to pursue other opportunities. The company’s current vice president and controller, Patricia Chiodo, has been chosen to serve as the interim chief financial officer.


April 6, 2010
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Apr. 6, 2010 – RSC Holdings has announced that its chief financial
officer, David Mathieson, has resigned from his position. Mathieson will
be leaving the company to pursue other opportunities. The company’s
current vice president and controller, Patricia Chiodo, has been chosen
to serve as the interim chief financial officer. The transition was made
effective immediately, although Mathieson will remain available to
assist in the transition. As a result of the resignation, the company
has launched a nationwide search for Matheison’s successor.
 
RSC Holdings Inc. is an equipment rental provider in North America. The
Company operates through a network of 457 rental locations across 10
regions in 40 United States and three Canadian provinces and service
customers in the industrial or non-construction, and non-residential
construction markets. During the year ended December 31, 2009, the
Company generated 83.6% of its revenues from equipment rentals, and it
derived the remaining 16.4% of its revenues from sales of used equipment
and the sale of merchandise in its locations. The Company rents a
selection of equipment, primarily to industrial or non-construction
related companies, and non-residential construction companies, ranging
from large equipment, such as backhoes, forklifts, air compressors,
scissor lifts, aerial work platform booms and skid-steer loaders to
smaller items, such as pumps, generators, welders and electric hand
tools. As of December 31, 2009, its rental fleet covered approximately
900 categories of equipment.


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