Adding modern equipment with advanced technology also increases our efficiency, and our clients certainly appreciate that.
Lima, Ohio (PRWEB) May 22, 2014
To meet increasing customer demand and the evolving needs of industry, Allied Environmental Services, Inc. (Allied), one of the Midwest’s premier environmental services providers, recently announced that it has expanded its fleet of specialized equipment through acquisition of a new1,200 cfm vacuum truck.
The new unit is a Freightliner/Fruitland combo with a capacity of 3,000 gallons and a high volume vacuum assembly. The new unit brings Allied’s total vac-truck fleet to ten, improving the company’s ability to serve its growing client base.
According to Gary Gootee, Allied Industrial Services Manager, the company will continue to expand its equipment fleet to meet industry demand. “We have been steadily growing over the past few years, and that can be a strain on our resources at times,” stated Gootee. “Adding modern equipment with advanced technology also increases our efficiency, and our clients certainly appreciate that”, Gootee added.
Allied’s industrial services equipment fleet currently consists of dry-ring and wet-ring vacuum trucks, vacuum tankers, a Vac-Con hydroexcavating unit, multiple sewer jetters and hydro blasters, hazardous materials transport units, roll-off boxes, and cryogenic blasting equipment.
About Allied Environmental Services, Inc.
Allied Environmental Services, Inc. (Allied) is an environmental consulting and contracting firm headquartered in Lima, Ohio. For over 27 years, Allied has provided professional environmental management solutions to private industry, property owners, lenders, municipalities, schools, and hospitals throughout Ohio and neighboring states. Allied specializes in industrial cleaning (vac-truck and hydroblasting services), hydro-excavating, hazardous materials management, emergency spill response, asbestos abatement, underground storage tank closure, environmental consulting, and industrial hygiene services.
For more information, please visit Allied’s website at http://www.allied-environmental.com.