Millville, November 8, 2013: Trico Lift announced today plans to move into its new, state-of-the-art corporate headquarters minutes from Philadelphia in Mickleton (NJ) in early December.
When complete, the new Trico Lift headquarters will provide the growing company with 30,000 square feet of service space, a 4,000 square foot parts department, 14,500 square feet of office space and modern multi-media training space, and a state-of-the-art paint shop.
“We are the aerial lift specialists,” said Trico Lift CEO and President, Chris Carmolingo. “This new building is a reflection of our commitment to that vision. We have designed our parts and service areas and our paint shop to specifications that cover the equipment that we currently offer, the equipment that we service for our customers, and equipment that we anticipate adding to our growing fleet. In addition, we will have space to support our initiatives in aerial lift training and certification, and for back-office support of our branch locations throughout the United States.”
The new headquarters will be home to Trico Lift’s employee base that is currently working from separate facilities in Marcus Hook (PA) and Millville (NJ).
“The construction of this new facility in such close proximity to I-295 was intentional. We want to have access to our customers, and we want our customers to have access to us. Between our vast parts inventory and availability and our on-site safety and training courses, we hope to drastically increase our physical interaction with our customers and end-users,” said Carmolingo. “Anyone can send an email these days. We want to shake hands and reinforce our reliability and availability.”
For more information, visit www.tricolift.com.
Trico Lift is one of the largest independent aerial lift specialists in the United States. The company rents, sells, repairs, provides parts, preventive maintenance, inspections and operator...
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