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An Excavation Business VP Shares his Process for Purchasing Fleet Trucks
This business-minded VP discusses why his company has chosen Ram pickup trucks: because they’ve been more cost-effective. His company's project managers, superintendents, management and foremen all have three-quarter-ton pick-up trucks.
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A Specific Truck Configuration is Important for this Site Preparation Company
A VP shares why his site preparation company uses this specific configuration of a Ford F-350 crew cab with Scelzi combo body.
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Upfitting a Truck with an Air Compressor
When technicians are out in the field on a service call, having the right tools on board is important. A "just-real-quick" drive back to the shop to get a part or missing tool can erode profitability and efficiency. Having an air compressor on board provides a versatile and reliable way to ensure you can outfit your toolbox with high-quality pneumatic tools.
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Light-duty and medium-duty work trucks are used by site preparation contractors. Work trucks can transport crews, materials, and tools. Often relied on to haul equipment and loads of debris, work trucks are common at job sites where soil compaction, trenching, excavation or grading work is being done. Upfitted work trucks can include additional tools like: air compressors, welders, and small cranes.