Rental service company: AMERCO (UHAL) (1945)

AMERCO (NASDAQ: UHAL) was founded in 1945 and is headquartered in Reno, Nevada, USA, with 12,452 full-time employees. It is a company engaged in freight and storage business, real estate, property management, disaster and life insurance.



AMERCO provides mobile and storage services through its subsidiary U-Haul International, Inc. The company is divided into three divisions to operate: Moving and Storage, Property and Casualty Insurance and Life Insurance .

  • AMERCO Moving and Storage Department : Including truck, trailer, portable storage box rental, special rental projects and personal warehouse rental. AMERCO leases trucks and trailers through a network of approximately 1,750 company-owned chain stores and 20,000 independent U-Haul dealers, as well as providing self-service storage rooms. As of December 31, 2017 , the company had a rental fleet of 150,000 trucks, 112,000 trailers and 40,000 towing equipment. In addition, AMERCO operates approximately 1,440 self-storage facilities, including 581,000 rentable rooms.
  • AMERCO Property and Casualty Insurance Department : Provide loss settlement and claim processing. This part also provides mobile and storage protection software packages, such as Safemove and Safetow software packages, which provide damage exemptions, cargo protection, and medical and life insurance for customers who move and tow; Safestor protects storage customers from the loss of stored items; Safestor moves, protects Property stored by customers; and Safemove Plus, provide a layer of primary responsibility protection for rental customers.
  • AMERCO Life Insurance Department : Through the direct writing and reinsurance of life insurance, medical assistance and annuity policies, it mainly provides life and health insurance products to the elderly market.
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