UELC adds 50 units to fleet

11 April 2011

Utility Equipment Leasing Corporation (UELC) has added 50 new rental trucks and aerials to its fleet, bumping its total number of available units up to 700. The new equipment includes 45 to 60-foot digger derricks; 29 to 40-foot aerials; and 55-foot and 75-foot general digger derricks, the company said.

"We're excited to have an additional 50 well equipped new units available for our customers," said Tom Greenwood, general manager of UELC. "The UELC fleet of late model rental equipment is always in top operating condition and an addition of this volume of new product means we are ratcheting up our ability to meet demand with equipment with the features customers value. We're ready to provide for all your rental needs during peak fleet utilization periods."

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