The Transervice business model is to operate from a customer's location. If there is no shop on site and no space to convert into a shop, the company offers this option.  - Photo: Transervice

The Transervice business model is to operate from a customer's location. If there is no shop on site and no space to convert into a shop, the company offers this option. 

Photo: Transervice

Transervice Logistics, a provider of customized transportation solutions, devised a practical solution for setting up an outdoor maintenance area at warm weather customer locations where no dedicated facilities are available.

“We literally bring the service to our customers with this innovative canopy design and outdoor tool shed that can often justify a full-time shop person on site,” said Joe Evangelist, Executive Vice President. “This set-up in places like Puerto Rico and Orlando, for example, allows our crews to service vehicles in a more comfortable, safe environment, shielding them and the equipment from sun and rain.”

The Transervice business model is to operate from a customer's location. If there is no shop on site and no space to convert into a shop, the company offers this option. 

The canopy design is 44-feet wide and comes in 10-foot sections. It is 22-feet high in the center and maintains a constant height of 15-feet. 

The canopy design is 44-feet wide and comes in 10-foot sections. It is 22-feet high in the center and maintains a constant height of 15-feet.  - Photo: Transervice

The canopy design is 44-feet wide and comes in 10-foot sections. It is 22-feet high in the center and maintains a constant height of 15-feet. 

Photo: Transervice

Additionally, canopy set up comes with a complete lighting package so the Transervice team can work in multiple shifts. Finally, they offer a portable parts room and combination office for the manager and a breakroom for technicians. 

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