Truck cranes are one of the most useful additions contractors and business owners can add to a service truck body. How much they are able to lift is completely dependent on the type of crane, the size of the crane, and the max load rating specified by the manufacturer.
The race is on for electric trucks. Like it or not, the news of their upcoming debut is starting to become more and more prevalent. At this point, it’s becoming a race for manufacturers to get a product to the finish line.
Is this an early sign of an entire industry shift, or just a novelty that will go to the way-side?
An aluminum service body presents lifetime cost savings that compound year after year. The principle of a truck body being a depreciating asset is turned on its head, leaving you with a money-saving investment that will positively affect your bottom line.
It is no secret that utility bed cabinet strength is an essential component of a truck body. Regardless of your industry or profession, you need a utility bed that has exceptional cabinet and storage strength. Otherwise, the secondary costs associated with utility body repair could be harmful to your business’s bottom line.
A service truck crane needs to be mounted in an area of the truck body that make the most sense for your work conditions. A strategic mobile crane placement can make an enormous difference in the efficiency and function of your work truck unit.