Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Ford Flatbed Enables Fence Company to Make Fast Work of Installing a Fence



By Steve Taylor

I spotted this fence company starting a small fence project in Tampa, FL. This company uses a F350 Chassis with a flatbed to carry its tools and materials. Looks like most of their tools are stored against the headboard. The fence materials are carried on the rear of the body, secured by straps. This truck hauls a trailer for their heavy equipment or building materials.



Notice the portable air compressor strapped down on the rear of the body. It's used for powering the nail guns and other pneumatic tools.
 
 
Here’s the completed fence, all done in about ½ day.


Guest Post by Steve Taylor: Steve specializes in lean six sigma process improvement. He focuses on consulting with landscape / snow removal contractors, truck fleets, equipment distributors and manufacturers in the work truck industry. He may be contacted at steve@truckarchitect.com and his website is http://www.upstreamsource.com/


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