Hauler body trucks are typically used for towing gooseneck trailers. Frequently doubling as flatbeds, haulers are ideal for use in construction, on farms, or anywhere else that needs to safely move large trailers.
Crane body trucks are ideal for construction projects that involve frequently lifting heavy materials or equipment. The crane truck can be moved around a job site. Many crane bodies also have built-in toolboxes for easy access to tools and safety equipment.
Designed to meet the needs of professional welders on the go, welder body trucks feature an extra work deck that is lower than a traditional truck. Welder trucks often have extensive built-in storage, including specialized storage for gas cylinders, welding tools, and supplies.
Utility vans carry parts, tools and equipment to a job site for a contractor like an electrician or plumber, all while keeping everything out of the elements. The enclosed body of a utility van may even offer enough headroom to stand while working.
A truck with a service body is a mobile workshop. The truck can carry equipment, tools, and parts needed for jobs, like: electrical, plumbing, and general construction. Service bodies have storage for tools and parts and come in various body lengths.
A mechanic body truck is useful in many industries, including construction, municipal or utility work. Mechanics trucks typically have a crane attached for moving large equipment or heavy materials, as well as plenty of storage for tools and other supplies.
A flatbed body truck is used when a construction crew or general contractor needs to move heavy equipment or large quantities of building materials. Because the back of the truck is completely open as a platform, it is ideal for moving items that are an odd shape or size.
Pickups are an ideal choice for a company that needs to move smaller items - or employees - to a job site. With the wide array of accessories available to add more storage options or secure cargo, pickup trucks are economical to buy and to operate.