U-Haul offers truck and trailer rental services.
U-Haul International is a privately held company. Edward J. Schoen is the CEO of U-Haul International and has a 77 approval rating from members. U-Haul International’s main competitor is Penske, led by Brian Hard, who is their president and CEO. U-Haul International has 1,404 subscribers per owner.
U-Haul International’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
U-haul top competitors include: Penske, Rush Enterprises, Hertz, SML, Door to Door, Home Depot, Penske Truck Rental, Budgettruck, Ryder and Upack.
Together they raised more than 532.4 million people from their approximately 518.5 thousand employees. Revenue U-Haul International takes 5th place among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 13.3V. U-Haul International has 18,000 employees and ranks 4th among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 46,401.
- Website: u-haul.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook
- Founded: 1945
- Est. Annual Revenue: $2.1B
- Est. Employees: 18,000
- Headquarters: 2727 N Central Ave Phoenix, Arizona 85004
Penske is the main competitor to U-Haul International. Penske is a privately held company that was founded in Reading, PA in 1969. Penske operates in the automotive industry. Penske employs 9,000 more people than U-Haul International.
Rush Enterprises is considered one of the largest competitors to U-Haul International. Rush Enterprises was founded in New Braunfels, Texas, in 1965. Rush Enterprises works in this area. Compared to U-Haul International, Rush Enterprises brings $ 3.6 billion more in revenue.
Hertz is perceived as one of the largest competitors of U-Haul International. Hertz was founded in 1918, with headquarters in Estero, Florida. Hertz competes in rental services. Hertz brings $ 7.5 billion more profit than U-Haul International.