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Custom Truck One Source is excited to announce our recent acquisition of HiRail Leasing Group (HiRail), which expands our reach in the Canadian market and our railroad-focused equipment offerings. The acquisition includes two additional HiRail entities – Northshore Rail Contracting and Heavy Equipment Repairs.

Based in Ontario with an additional location in Alberta, HiRail is among the largest rail equipment rental providers in Canada. HiRail serves the country’s leading railways and rail contractors with a fleet of more than 600 rental units, bringing the combined entity’s rental fleet to more than 9000 total units. Like Custom Truck, HiRail serves rail clientele with a broad selection of light, medium and heavy-duty truck-mounted builds, including hi-rail grapples, rotary dumps, knuckleboom, mechanics and welder trucks; as well as rail gear and attachment offerings.

“HiRail is delighted by the acquisition and excited for what’s on our horizon now that we’re part of the Custom Truck One Source family,” said HiRail Leasing President Shirley Foster. “This allows us to expand the selection of rental vehicles currently available to our railroad customers across North America and beyond.  You can still expect the exceptional level of service we provide, as all HiRail employees will remain with the team. We greatly look forward to this new adventure with everyone.”

Existing Custom Truck rail clientele will enjoy the addition of HiRail’s inventory into our already wide-ranging fleet. Additionally, Custom Truck’s growing Canadian customer base will enjoy improved access to our leading equipment offerings.

“We are excited to welcome HiRail to the Custom Truck team,” said Custom Truck CEO Fred Ross. “This acquisition allows us to accelerate growth in our core rental business. We will leverage our one-stop-shop capabilities in rental, sales, equipment upfitting, and service to meet the critical equipment needs of new and existing customers across Canada. We are impressed with the business HiRail has built in Canada and look forward to working with all of their existing employees.”

Custom Truck President and COO Ryan McMonagle added, “HiRail has earned the trust of Canada’s leading rail customers by providing reliable, best-in-class service for over thirty years. We look forward to carrying on that tradition and building on that reputation to expand our presence in Canada and to support our customers, employees and communities.”

About Custom Truck One Source
Custom Truck One Source (Custom Truck) is the first true single-source provider of specialized truck and heavy equipment solutions, offering a vast rental fleet, new and used equipment sales, aftermarket parts and tooling supply, world-class service, customization and remanufacturing, in-house financing solutions and reliable liquidity of aged assets through our auction. Our equipment breadth, seasoned experts, and integrated network of locations across North America together deliver superior service and unmatched efficiency to our customers. For more information about Custom Truck One Source, dig in at customtruck.com and keep up with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Custom Truck One Source, Inc. (NYSE: CTOS, “CTOS” or the “Company”) today announced the completion of the acquisition of HiRail Leasing, Northshore Rail Contracting and Heavy Equipment Repairs (collectively, “HiRail” or the “HiRail Leasing Group”) for $46.0 million, subject to fleet and other customary purchase price adjustments.

With over 600 rental units, HiRail is among the largest rail equipment rental providers in Canada and serves Canada’s leading railways and rail contractors. HiRail’s two locations in Ontario and Alberta will also extend Custom Truck’s geographic reach in the region. HiRail has a diverse rental fleet including light duty, medium duty and heavy-duty trucks fitted with a wide array of attachments including rail gear, grapples, knuckles, mechanic and welding equipment and snowplows and also provides complementary upfitting and repair services.

“We are excited to welcome HiRail to the Custom Truck team,” said Custom Truck CEO Fred Ross. “This acquisition allows us to accelerate growth in our core rental business. We will leverage our one stop shop capabilities in rental, sales, equipment upfitting, and service to meet the critical equipment needs of new and existing customers across Canada. We are impressed with the business HiRail has built in Canada and look forward to working with all of their existing employees.”

“HiRail has earned the trust of Canada’s leading rail customers by providing reliable, best-in-class service for over thirty years,” Ryan McMonagle, Custom Truck President & COO said. “We look forward to carrying on that tradition and building on that reputation to expand our presence in Canada and to support our customers, employees and communities.”

The HiRail acquisition was financed with cash on hand as well as drawings on Custom Truck’s existing credit facility.

ABOUT CUSTOM TRUCK ONE SOURCE
Custom Truck One Source, Inc. is one of the largest providers of specialty equipment, parts, tools, accessories and services to the electric utility transmission and distribution, telecommunications and rail markets in North America. CTOS offers its specialized equipment to a diverse customer base for the maintenance, repair, upgrade and installation of critical infrastructure assets, including electric lines, telecommunications networks and rail systems. The Company’s coast-to-coast rental fleet of more than 9,000 units includes aerial devices, boom trucks, cranes, digger derricks, pressure drills, stringing gear, hi-rail equipment, repair parts, tools and accessories. For more information, please visit customtruck.com.

INVESTOR CONTACT
Brian Perman, Vice President, Investor Relations
844-403-6138
investors@customtruck.com

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KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 6, 2022  — Custom Truck One Source, Inc. (NYSE: CTOS) today announced that CEO, Fred Ross, President and Chief Operating Officer, Ryan McMonagle, and Chief Financial Officer, Brad Meader will present at the CJS Securities 22nd Annual New Ideas for the New Year Conference on Wednesday, January 12, 2022. The presentation is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m., Eastern Time.

A live webcast of the presentation will be available through Custom Truck One Source’s Investor Relations website at https://investors.customtruck.com. A replay will be archived and available for 30 days following the conference on the same website.

ABOUT CUSTOM ONE TRUCK ONE SOURCE

Custom Truck One Source, Inc. is a leading provider of specialized truck and heavy equipment solutions to the utility, telecommunications, rail and infrastructure markets in North America. The Company’s solutions include rentals, sales, aftermarket parts, tools, accessories and service, equipment production, manufacturing, financing solutions, and asset disposal. With vast equipment breadth, the Company’s team of experts service its customers across an integrated network of locations across North America. For more information, please visit customtruck.com.

INVESTOR CONTACT

Brian Perman, Vice President, Investor Relations
844-403-6138
investors@customtruck.com



Businessman holds in hands folder with documents for filing tax return which is how people can get the section 179 tax deductible
Section 179 Deductions for 2021

In the section 179 deduction, businesses can deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment and/or software purchased or leased during the tax year. This can provide a significant tax break for businesses of all sizes.

However, you may also find it helpful to know that businesses will still be able to depreciate 100% of the cost of any eligible equipment through the year 2022. Keep reading as we explain exactly what section 179 is, how it works and what you need to keep in mind for the upcoming tax season.

For those of you wondering about section updates, 2021 section 179 deductions did have an update. The maximum deduction amount increased to $1 million, and the phase-out threshold has increased to $2.5 million.

What Is the Section 179 Deduction?

If you’re wondering what the Section 179 deduction is, it is a depreciation deduction. It is a part of the United States Internal Revenue Code. This code actually allows taxpayers to elect to make any deductions of the cost of certain types of property on their income taxes as an actual expense. It does this instead of requiring the cost of that property to be capitalized and later depreciated.

The section 179 deduction was first introduced by Congress in 1984 as section 168(k) of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC). In simpler terms, it allowed businesses to deduct the entire purchase price of qualifying equipment purchased or leased during the tax year.

The original section applied only to certain depreciable assets that had a recovery period of 20 years or less. It rapidly became popular with small business owners because it provided an immediate reduction in taxable income.

Take a look at section 179’s progression. In 2002, section 179 was amended to include software purchased or leased during the tax year. The maximum deduction amount increased to $25,000. The phase-out threshold increased to $200,000.

In December 2015, Congress passed the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act, which made several amendments to section 179. The maximum deduction amount increased to $500,000, and the phase-out threshold increased to $2 million.

Considering the potential need for tax preparation, let’s take a look at how section 179 works.

How Does Section 179 Work?

Essentially how it works is that it allows businesses to be able to take an immediate deduction for any business expenses, such as equipment purchases that are related to any depreciable asset. Some of those assets could be equipment, software, or even vehicles. This code allows businesses to be able to lower their current year tax liabilities instead of capitalizing an asset and having it depreciate over the next tax years.

If you’re wondering if you can claim Section 179, you can as long as you purchased, leased, or financed your equipment and placed it into service or an operational state by midnight of December 31st of that current year. It’s important to note that section 179 often changes from year to year.

Additionally, the section 179 deduction expanded to include improvements to nonresidential property, including roofs, heating, and air-conditioning systems, fire protection and alarm systems, and security systems. These changes were effective for tax years beginning in 2021.

Here’s What You Need For Tax Season

Keep this in mind for the upcoming tax season. The current deduction limit for the year 2021 is $1,050,000. What this basically means is that your company has the ability to make a deduction from the full cost of any qualifying equipment. It doesn’t matter if that equipment was new or used at the time of purchase.

The cost just cannot exceed $1,050,000 from your taxable income of the current year. Keep in mind that the deduction is fine until you reach 2.6 million in overall purchases for that year.

Many factors can help taxpayers determine whether to take the deduction and how much of the cost to deduct. For example, this deduction phases out dollar for dollar if total equipment costs exceed $2 million, and is not available at all for passenger vehicles.

In addition, when a taxpayer purchases more than $2.5 million in business equipment, the deduction decreases dollar for dollar over that amount – to zero at $3 million in equipment costs.

It’s important to note that these limits are only per entity/fiscal year and do not stack from year to year. In other words, if a business is purchasing more than $2 million in equipment this year it will not be able to take the full deduction, but rather will need to divide the cost between this year and next year.

Here’s What To Look For: Section 179 For The Upcoming Tax Season

Section 179 gives businesses more flexibility when they make a deduction. A bonus depreciation is usually used for expensing beyond the limit that section 179 provides. Keep in mind that section 179 will not be going away in the year 2022. However, there are a few things you want to remember about bonus deductions.

It will remain at 100% but you will, however, see a depreciation over the next 3 to 4 years. In 2023 you can expect Section 179 tax deductions and bonus depreciation to decrease to 80%. In 2024, it will decrease to 60% and so on.

Get Started

Now you know that section 179 is another deduction tool that is available for businesses to be able to save on equipment costs and property purchases. The ability to make this claim is, however, limited to your taxable income. So, you can’t use it to create any losses or extend an existing loss.

Contact us for more information about buying equipment for your business.

 

Smoggy view of cars and trucks on highway, with smoke billowing from factory in the background.
CARB 2022 Emission Standards

Did you know in 2020, the United States’ energy usage produced 4.57 million metric tons of CO2 emissions? CARB is responsible for defining automobile emissions standards.

CARB’s stated aims include achieving and maintaining good air quality. Through its programs, CARB has also been crucial in promoting innovation throughout the global auto sector.

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has established new emissions standards for 2022. Click here to learn more about how they will affect you.

Who and What Do CARB Emissions Standards Impact?

CARB mostly impacts equipment powered by internal combustion engines. Their laws and regulations apply to a wide range of heavy equipment and machinery. For example:

  • Personal vehicles
  • Trucking vehicles
  • Farming tractors
  • Generators
  • Chainsaws
  • Lawnmowers

Any device that uses an internal combustion engine using combustible fuel must get a CARB certificate to show that it is CARB-compliant. This is because internal combustion engines create pollutants, particles, and hazardous gases.

CARB also regulates the quality of fuel sold in California through its Fuel Enforcement Program. This initiative sets regulations and laws to reduce emissions from vehicles and other mobile sources as much as possible. This is because automotive emissions accounted for roughly 55% of state-wide pollution.

CaRFG, diesel fuel, and cargo tank vapor recovery criteria are all regulated by the Fuel Enforcement Program. CARB certification is also necessary for heavy equipment conversions or retrofits. Even if the original equipment was CARB certified, the converted or retrofitted system must be CARB authorized. The CARB 2022 rules impact any commercial vehicle with a diesel engine built after January 1, 2022.

Though CARB only applies to California, other states are adopting CARB legislation. So far Pennsylvania, Maine, and New Jersey are additional CARB opt in states. However businesses are required to understand their own state requirements.

How Will Consumers Be Affected By the New CARB Emissions Regulations?

Restrictions placed on auto manufacturers are expected to increase their prices on chassis and engines. This, in turn, will pass down to customers in a competitive market.

However, the new rules also require extended warranties that will benefit consumers. CARB 22 certification requires 5yr/350,000 mi coverage for heavy duty vehicles (above 33,000 lbs GVWR) and 5yr/150,000 mi coverage for medium duty vehicles (equal to or below 33,000 lbs GVWR).

If you have any questions about the 2022 emissions regulations, don’t hesitate to contact our experts for assistance.

 

Load King PL180 Receives 2021 Construction Equipment Magazine’s Top 100 New Products Award
Load King PL180 Receives 2021 Construction Equipment Magazine’s Top 100 New Products Award

Kansas City, Missouri, November 15, 2021  Since 1991, Construction Equipment Magazine’s Top 100 New Products list has been the longestrunning, and most respected award program of its industry. Each year, CE Magazine editors evaluate products that demonstrate innovation, productivity, efficiency, and safety. The PL180 is Load King’s fourth product to be featured in a CE Magazine Top 100 list.

The PL180 is specifically designed to meet the needs of utility customers. The PL180 (Personnel Lift) is Load King’s first machine designed specifically to the A92.2 standard. The PL180 represents an advancement in this class of aerial device with several features new to the industry. The main boom is 155 feet full power and mechanically synchronized, providing 165 feet of tip height. The included NONINSULATED luffing jib and steel yokestyle basket provide 180 feet of working height. The luffing jib provides motion from zero to negative 80 degrees (relative to the boom). The remote controls operate all crane functions, including the luffing jib. For even higher reach, the basket may be installed on the twopiece (lattice and stinger) jib for a working height of 220 feet.

Another industry first is our inclusion of a dieselpowered Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) as standard equipment on every PL180. In the event the engine of the truck is not working or a PTO shaft breaks in the field, all crane functions can be operated at a reduced rate using the APU to bring the crane to a stowed position. When a user is ready to decommission the aerial device, Load King offers a oneway conversion kit allowing customers to use the machine as a B30.5 lifting device. A92.2 standards would no longer apply.

Load King premiered the PL180 at the Utility Expo, held September 2830 in Louisville, Kentucky. “The PL180 was received with a lot of excitement from our core customers attending the show”, said John Lukow, Senior Vice President of Load King Cranes. “We are very pleased with the feedback we received, reinforcing that we are moving in a direction that aligns with our customer needs.”

“I am very pleased to receive this award from Construction Equipment Magazine”, said Fred Ross, CEO of Custom Truck One Source. “We’re proud of the work we’ve done, reviving the Stinger Crane line and seeing our efforts recognized by the industry is great validation of that work.”

For more information about the Load King PL180 and the full line of Load King cranes, click here

 

KANSAS CITY, Mo., – November 4, 2021 – Custom Truck One Source, Inc. (NYSE: CTOS) today announced that Chief Executive Officer, Fred Ross, President and Chief Operating Officer, Ryan McMonagle, and Chief Financial Officer, Brad Meader will present at the Baird 51st Global Industrial Conference on Wednesday, November 10, 2021. The presentation is scheduled to begin at 4:55 p.m., Eastern Time.

ABOUT CUSTOM ONE TRUCK ONE SOURCE
Custom Truck One Source, Inc. is a leading provider of specialized truck and heavy equipment solutions to the utility, telecommunications, rail and infrastructure markets in North America. The Company’s solutions include rentals, sales, aftermarket parts, tools, accessories and service, equipment production, manufacturing, financing solutions, and asset disposal. With vast equipment breadth, the Company’s team of experts service its customers across an integrated network of locations across North America. For more information, please visit customtruck.com.

INVESTOR CONTACT
Brian Perman, Vice President, Investor Relations
844-403-6138
investors@customtruck.com

rows of white chassis before the current shortage
The Current Chassis Shortage and What The Future Holds For The Industry

The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us to expect the unpredictable. That does not mean, however, that we cannot prepare for what comes next. Keeping the wheels of commerce turning is our job as supply chain professionals. But as the economy returns to normal after the pandemic, what will that job entail? How do we handle the current chassis shortage, and what comes next?

Why Is There A Chassis Shortage?

It’s no secret that supply chain shortages, most notably in microchips, have caused the automotive industry to struggle. Inventories on dealer lots look emptier and lead times for new vehicle orders grow. Consequently, we are experiencing a perfect storm of increased demand and low supply. In addition, the problem is compounded for commercial customers as manufacturers have shifted their focus to higher-profit vehicles, making locating work trucks even more challenging than before.

Dealerships of heavy commercial trucks are feeling the squeeze. With inventories at an all-time low, trucks are subject to taking up to 10 months for lead times. The availability of products is entirely unpredictable as manufacturers scramble to meet the high demand and dwindling supply. Most in the heavy equipment industry understand that estimated lead times are highly unreliable at the moment.

How Bad Is The Shortage?

An unprecedented 80 or so trucks are stuck at the South St. Paul Peterbilt repair shop, awaiting parts from suppliers that are struggling in the face of a global supply chain breakdown.

“They can’t get the materials, they don’t have enough labor to build the parts that go on the trucks,” says Peterbilt’s Director of Truck Sales Tom Wentworth. “So all those things are now happening like a perfect storm.”

However, those on the front line are noting that availability is improving. At a steady but slow trickle, it may be another year before the improvements provide a noticeable impact. Since inventory is running low, it’s vital to plan ahead. Planning ahead and proactively acquiring trucks is a strategy to help ensure you don’t run out of vehicles.

How Did The Chassis Shortage Start?

How did the current inventory crisis begin? As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, component manufacturing plants slowed down. The cause of the outage is a combination of factors, including the outsourcing of critical components worldwide, a just-in-time supply of components, and a fire in one of a major vendor’s facilities.

The electrical systems in vehicles have become much more sophisticated over the years, allowing them to be safer, more productive, and more comfortable. One of the fundamental components of these systems is the microchip.

Microchips are made up of semiconductors. Depending on the complexity of the task, each microchip contains literally millions of semiconductors. Due to the pandemic, a disaster, and increased demand, semiconductors for microchip manufacturing have become scarce. Other components like wiring harnesses, trucks mirrors and plastic parts are also limited by raw material shortages and global shipping bottlenecks.

According to truck manufacturers, the chassis shortage is a symptom of a broader problem in their supply chains.

Valuations of Used Trucks Soar

As the supply pool of materials for new chassis shrinks, naturally, the market moves toward acquiring used vehicles to perform the many services required by construction, utility, and other work trucks. The value of these older vehicles rises to meet the overwhelming demand.

The average used Class 8 truck’s value increased 68% from June 2020 to June 2021, while the average miles and age decreased by 5% and 2%, respectively, according to ACT research.

According to Tim Denoyer, ACT’s vice president, and senior analyst, the U.S. economy will grow at an extraordinary 6.2% in Q3 of 2021 but will struggle with temporary inflation. In his projection, Denoyer predicted the chassis shortage will last six to twelve months, and that it will worsen before it improves.

Looking To The Future

Forecasters predict that Class 8 truck orders will remain strong. In the United States and Canada, Class 8 retail sales are estimated between 260,000 and 280,000 vehicles.

Reports state that Kenworth, DAF, and Peterbilt just delivered 40,100 trucks, and another 6,500 trucks are awaiting key components. This points to hope on the horizon. In contrast, here are some truck makers who have not yet booked any orders for next year. “…component costs are so high right now that it’s difficult for them to quote a good price where it’s profitable for the company but not excessive for the customer,” says Don Ake, vice president at FTR’s commercial vehicles division.

Cummins spokesman said the company relies on multiple suppliers in a variety of markets to mitigate supply-chain pressures and keep up with demand, according to a Wall Street Journal article.

Based on current supply and demand forecasts, it can be safely assumed that the work truck shortage will persist well into 2022. Procrastination is not an effective approach when it comes to adding trucks to your fleet. It is recommended that you order well in advance and start your search as soon as possible.

 

a 10' dump truck, a piece of used equipment from the custom truck rental fleet
How to Keep Your Used Equipment in the Best Shape

Maintaining used equipment  and keeping it in good condition is important. It can save money, improve safety, and increase productivity. The average age of industrial equipment in the US is around ten years. Companies or individuals can extend their equipment lifespan by regular maintenance.

Heavy equipment is an important part of many companies’ operations. Therefore, a breakdown could spiral repair and replacement costs out of control. It would also lead to unplanned downtime. This interrupts the manufacturing process as well as productivity.

Above all, safety is a valuable incentive to maintain equipment in good shape. Faulty used equipment can result in injuries and fatalities to the users and people around.

The liabilities of faulty equipment can be better avoided by keeping used equipment in the best shape. Here are some tips.

Follow Recommended Maintenance from the Manual

Heavy equipment comes with an operator’s manual. The user guide highlights the equipment’s performance capabilities and maintenance specifications.

Equipment owners and operators should learn about all the regular maintenance tasks and when they should be done. Each unit has specific needs depending on function, make, and model, so technicians using the trucks should go through all information about the product to learn how to best use and maintain it.

Information like in-text warnings, cautions, weight balance, functionality, storage, and cleaning should be implemented. Where the guide is unclear, technicians should consult the manufacturer for guidance.

Keep Used Equipment Clean

Dirty machines break down faster than well-maintained machines. Equipment owners should schedule regular cleaning routines.

Construction and forestry sites are muddy, dusty, and have complex terrains. Such environments expose trucks to harsh conditions.

Construction equipment used for concrete or waste need regular cleaning after use. Cleaning prevents built-up excess in moving parts. After use, a quick rinse down gets rid of mud as well as other particles that might damage the equipment.

Cleaning methods will vary from tool to tool. With some equipment, cleaning can be as simple as a good wipe down. Others may require deep cleaning. Manuals guide how each equipment and its parts should be cleaned and with what.

Store the Equipment Properly

Storage is paramount in keeping used equipment in the best shape. Some units are not weatherproof. The majority of equipment will last longest stored in a dry, climate-controlled environment.

A damp and dirty storage environment can cause rusting and other issues. Power tools stored in a moist environment can degrade the electrical component.

Proper storage varies from tool to tool, but  the general standards users can consider in storage are:

  • Store in a safe and dry place
  • Wash and dry before storing

Heavy equipment needs a good storage environment to avoid unnecessary repairs.

Inspect Used Equipment Regularly

Regular inspection keeps the owner updated on needed repairs and maintenance and be done at reliable service centers. An inspection ensures that the a truck has no problems.

A truck inspection list should cover the engine, brakes, clutch, radiator, cooling system, and lubrication.

Professional inspections are more thorough on the above parts and accessories. Some accessories like seat belts, headlamps, fuel systems, electrical systems, and cables significantly determine a truck’s longevity and condition.

The regular inspection eliminates the opportunity for the most harmful wear and tear. It increases your equipment safety, reduces repair costs, and extends lifespan. It may cost money up front, however any time and resources spent on regular maintenance outweigh the risks and liabilities of faulty equipment.

Maintenance records should be written down. Having proper records ensures continuity in the used equipment maintenance. It helps even when the employee in charge is not available.

It also ensures critical issues are tracked, and maintenance is done within the set timelines.

Replace Essential Parts When Necessary

Some machinery components need more attention than others. They are vulnerable to wear and tear and damage and may require constant replacement.

Truck components that need replacement often include;

  • Oil and oil filter
  • Battery
  • Cabin air filter
  • Spark plugs
  • Tires and
  • Brake pads

Upon inspection, components that require repair or replacement should be attended to as soon as possible.

Used Equipment should run smoothly always. Therefore, the owner should regularly replace some essential equipment.

Dump and boom trucks often drive on dirt and gravel roads, which quickly wear the tires and brake pads. Complex terrains can also lead to misalignment of axles. Misalignment of truck axles can make a truck drive erratically, leading to accidents.

Consequently, replacement of the necessary components of the used equipment is imperative.

Ensure Regular Lubrication

Many moving parts of an upfitted truck body need regular lubrication. Therefore, heavy construction equipment benefits from regular lubrication and oil changes. For engine oils, technicians should revisit the manual to determine the ideal product. Oil replacement should consider viscosity and performance-enhancing properties.

It may be common knowledge why equipment needs lubrication. However, many people don’t understand the risks of not lubricating some parts of a machine. Lack of lubrication can render used equipment inoperable.

Lubricants reduce friction and ensure optimal use of your unit. They also prevent machine wear and corrosion. They keep them clean by transporting contaminating particles to filters.

Keep Used Equipment Running Smoothly

Heavy equipment is a valuable asset in running daily business operations. A breakdown of the used equipment is a costly liability that can shut down a business. Equipment in good condition, on the other hand, ensures continuous productivity and reduces repair and replacement costs.

Additionally, it helps retain the resale price. This comes in handy when eventually disposing of the equipment.

Truck owners don’t have to wait for major damages to improve their used equipment. Contact us with any professional equipment maintenance questions.