Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
24/7 Van Lines have recently made a lot of changes to their fleet of moving trucks. Their Los Angeles movers have the most innovative moving force in the country, according to ratings provided by The Moving Authority. Branches all over the country have been testing these new trucks, which use new fuel saving methods like solar panels and wind turbines, in addition to reducing fuel expenditures due to new materials used in manufacturing.
Now, the company is looking at another adaptation which they hope will reel in new clients. Although some trucks have recently been fitted with wireless technology which allows servers to operate in transit, the company acknowledges that there is still more it can do to meet customer expectations. They intend to add technology to their trucks which has already been used in many of their storage facilities for climate control purposes. This will allow them to haul inventory from clients with more delicate merchandise, such as biological cargo or refrigerated food.
A company spokesperson believes this will provide another boost to current company fiscal expectations. "Among Los Angeles movers, we're living up to our company policy to always keep changing before we get outpaced. The technologies and innovations you see here today will be everywhere tomorrow. Even small changes like temperature control can have an enormous impact on our own businesses, and that can spread to other businesses in the region. Everyone must do their part."
The technology for these trucks has been developed specifically for 24/7 Van Lines, and will offer other options outside of those that are usually available when dealing with refrigerated trucks. The technology is also leading to a new surge in company hiring, making the company one of the largest among other Los Angeles movers. These new employees will specialize in servicing the trucks, and host a wealth of new technical skills that other departments within the company have never needed.
The new moving trucks are expected to be phased into the current fleet over the next six months, and more information will soon be available on the company website: http://247VanLines.com. Details yet to be released include pricing information, climate control extremes and temperatures, and how many new employees will be hired to regulate the new technology. It should be known exactly how many trucks and how many new employees are to be acquired within the next few weeks. Look for more information in the regularly updated company blog.
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