There is a very real danger in doing business with a used bucket truck and digger derrick company that has only four or five nationwide sales people, but sells trucks from 29 different locations. Those individual sales people have no way of thoroughly running and inspecting the units for quality control, and rarely ever see the equipment before they sell it to you. Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) owned dealers typically use this model. Numerous sales points without a central Quality Control Hub can lead to inconsistent product quality and true safety concerns.
Utility Fleet is proud to offer 1 State-of-the-Art Sales and Remanufacturing Facility, and uses a massive network of repair centers and mobile technicians to service you after the sale. We ensure that every unit is consistently inspected, serviced and meets stringent Utility Fleet guidelines for product quality and safety. Our Sales Professionals personally lay hands on every piece of equipment sold. You are not only talking to a team of experts in utility construction equipment, but people who also have first-hand knowledge and confidence in the specific units you’re considering.
Unlike used bucket truck companies that are owned by OEMs, Utility Fleet is not tied to a single brand of aerial device. This gives you, the buyer, two distinct advantages when you deal with Utility Fleet: 1) Your selection of product choices is greatly expanded and 2) You can be sure that your unit is thoroughly serviced and safe to operate, regardless of the brand.
The question is, “Why don’t all bucket truck dealers use the Utility Fleet model to ensure product quality and safety?” The answer is simple, it costs the dealer more to transport all equipment to a central location, and so our competitors take short-cuts. But when your life and your business are on the line, we don’t cut corners. The advantage of having one massive facility is that we can ensure that every piece of inventory is properly and consistently inspected, serviced and meets our mark of quality and safety. Utility Fleet does use an authorized repair network of over 175 service facilities and over 350 mobile service technicians to support your product after the sale. After all, it’s not the number of sales locations that matters, it’s the number of service centers available that really counts. www.UtilityFleetSales.com