On the strategic initiative front, having slugged its way through the Great Recession over the past few years, our portable storage rental business continues to perform favorably in building its customer following and rental bookings. We are beginning to realize critical mass in our installed base of customers in some of the markets in which we operate. We still have ample room to grow rental revenues within the current cost structure. We believe that we have an excellent opportunity to become a meaningful player in the portable storage rental industry. In early July, we made the decision to exit from the environmental test equipment rental business either through a sale of the business or winding it down over the next few quarters. Creating a profitable business model with the potential to become a meaningful contributor to overall Company earnings was elusive. This was primarily related to the extremely short average rental term of less than one month that is the norm for the environmental test equipment rental industry today. We are committed to rental businesses in our portfolio that can produce healthy margins and can be scaled materially over time.
In summary, our tank and box rental business continues to perform well, except for significantly lower business activity in the dry gas areas of the Marcellus. We believe that our current off-rent inventory of 21K frac tanks in this region will be favorably absorbed into both existing and new geographic markets in the quarters ahead. Our electronics business is continuing to produce very strong results, and our modular rental business has stabilized, with favorable booking levels during the quarter. Our reduction in guidance range is primarily a result of lower than projected Adler rental revenues in the Northeast to date, and our reduced outlook of this region for the remainder of 2012.”