Insights from the service truck experts
JOMAC crafts customized service trucks based on the unique needs of each individual customer. Built to spec, each utility truck body is created with precision, bringing your blueprint of the perfect work truck to life. We guarantee a service truck body optimized to meet the demands of your work and exceed your expectations of what a service truck can be.
All service truck bodies and cranes are carefully hand-crafted at our Carrollton, OH facility. We do not cut corners with cookie-cutter configurations. JOMAC dedicates the time and effort required to create one-of-a-kind service trucks and cranes, made in the heart of America. Our custom truck body designs and truck-mounted cranes are forged by the hands of our skilled craftsmen. No assembly lines necessary.
Aluminum is a durable and light weight solution for the unnecessarily heavy steel service trucks of years past. The forward-thinking engineers at JOMAC build truck bodies using exclusively 6000 series, military grade aluminum. Each aluminum truck body is guaranteed to be rust-free for life. Seriously.
Posts by Carlee Leslie for JOMAC Blog:
Upgrading equipment isn’t really something business owners look forward to. Nonetheless, it must be done (and it must be done in a smart way.)
With specialized equipment gaining more popularity than ever, distributors and dealers can greatly benefit from stocking and/or having access to an inventory of custom truck beds to offer their customers.
At JOMAC, we build service truck bodies spec’d to end-user guidelines, and built from the ground up at our Carrollton, OH headquarters.
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?