Utility beds are made specifically for vehicles used in the utility industry. According to Statista, 4.2 million heavy commercial vehicles made up most of the industry in 2018. The idea is that most companies want to have access to the common tools they use every day for their jobs without having to haul them around in a large truck, so they incorporate those tools into a utility truck. Typically a utility truck is made to perform certain tasks or deliver certain goods. They are lighter than a mini truck but heavier than a mid-sized semi.
If you’re looking for a utility bed anywhere in the southeast, contact Utility Equipment Service Inc today. We offer a wide array of utility beds with the brands that we work with. Some of these brands are ETI, Knapheide, Tommy Gate, and Venco Venturo. Having been in the utility truck industry for more than 40 years, we know all the ins and outs of getting you the equipment you’ll need for your next job. Although we have been around for a long time, we are constantly looking to evolve and grow so that we can stay up-to-date with all the current trends in the equipment industry to give our customers the most up-to-date equipment. Call us today to learn more about the different items we have in stock, such as truck rentals along with hydraulic services and fleet services. If we don’t happen to have what you need currently, inquire with us to see when we could have it next.
Types of Utility Beds
These trucks come with many variations that go along with the different uses that are needed. What creates the different variations don’t only depend on the use of the utility bed, but also how cost-effective and durable some other beds are. For instance, a bucket truck may use a different bed than a welders truck. Here are some different styles for utility beds that you might find useful:
- Aluminum Service Beds
- Steel Service Bodies
- Crane Bodies
- Canopy Bodies