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Terex Introduces New Installation Standards

To help fleet managers balance equipment value with user requirements, Terex has developed a new process to assist customers with spec’ing utility trucks, including aerial devices and digger derricks, that complies with bid specs, costs less to purchase and takes less time to produce.

Here’s how this new approach works: Terex meets with a utility customer to better understand what equipment is needed and how it will be used, what parts and service would be needed to support that equipment, and the capital structure that best fits the organization as it considers filling its fleet needs. And it’s not a one-way street – Terex shares information on a full line of utility truck offerings, as well as the latest technology and innovations. Through this approach, Terex can realize all of the synergies in specifications to create efficiencies in bid specs, delivery times and overall work practices.

If a customer does require a customized configuration for their equipment fleet, Terex uses the truck’s standard options and accessories as building blocks. This allows Terex to engineer, produce and place the parts unique to the customer requirements during the installation process where the unit and body are mounted on the truck chassis.

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Kate Wade

Kate Wade is the managing editor of Utility Fleet Professional and Incident Prevention magazines. She has been employed by Utility Business Media Inc. since 2008.