Terex, Utility Fleet reach rental agreement

Vehicle mounted platform and digger derrick-maker Terex Utilities and dealer group Utility Fleet Sales & Rental have reached an agreement in which Utility Fleet will offer Terex products at its Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas locations.

Bryan, Texas-based Utility Fleet says it has already begun adding new Terex Hi-Ranger bucket trucks and Commander digger derricks to its regional rental fleet, and will be adding further units to the fleet each month in order to make them available to rental customers at the company’s Texas locations.

“From public power companies to telecommunications and rural electric cooperatives, Terex customers can now go to Utility Fleet to get the rental equipment they need, when they need it, to complete their projects quickly and conveniently,” Jim Lohan, vice president of sales and marketing at Terex Utilities says. “Whether the customer is in the air doing line work or on the ground setting poles, Terex equipment is designed for the unique demands of utility applications.”