New mobile program hits the road

Mountain Tarp, a Wastequip brand, and manufacturers of tarping solutions for the construction, agriculture, transportation, waste, and recycling industries, announces the debut of a mobile service program to handle onsite inspection of truck and trailer tarping systems, as well as turn-key parts delivery.

Mountain Tarp said it recently outfitted two Ram ProMaster 2500 cargo vans to serve tarping customers across Ohio, eastern Kentucky, and West Virginia with service for flip tarps, flat bed systems, cable systems, side-roll tarps, and rack-and-pinion tarps. In addition, common parts and components will be available right off the van, and special order parts will be delivered directly to the customer’s location, the company added. 

Mountain Tarp’s new mobile program offers:

  • Free tarping system inspection
  • Assessment and consultation for light repairs
  • Deployment/coordination of Mountain Tarp’s existing mobile team for major repairs and installation
  • Parts delivery

“Reliable, secure tarps are critical for keeping trucks and trailers on the road,” said John Defenbaugh, president of Wastequip’s mobile products division, which includes the Mountain Tarp brand. “Tarps take a lot of abuse, in all sorts of extreme environments, and timely repairs and/or replacements reduce downtime and boost productivity. With this new mobile service program, we’ll be able to service our customers right at their own facilities, diagnosing potential problems before they sideline their trucks, as well as provide onsite parts delivery to get trucks and trailers back on the road quickly.”

Mountain Tarp offers a line of hydraulic, electrical, semi-automatic, and manual tarping systems, including flip tarps for trailers and dump bodies, cable-style solutions for trailers and roll-off systems, and a variety of tarp systems for the waste, construction, paving, landscaping, scrap, and oil/gas industries.

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