FOR TRUCK SHOPS, IT’S ALL ABOUT APPEALING TO ENTREPRENEURS & BUSINESSES
Our truck shop websites plant the seed for mutually beneficial relationships between independent truck shops and truck owner-operators. When you work on commercial vehicles, big rigs, and heavy equipment, you need to show customers that you can help them succeed in business and do their jobs more efficiently, safely, and profitably. By building your web presence, MS Web Pros can position your shop as a valuable resource for truck drivers, fleet companies, and commercial vehicle operations in your area.
TRUCK, FLEET & HEAVY EQUIPMENT SERVICES
Based on our experience designing truck shop websites, we speak the language of commercial vehicle owners. They are often looking for a shop that can fulfill a specific role within their business operations, such as creating custom fleet preventive maintenance (PM) programs or ensuring DOT compliance. We’ll provide a comprehensive list of services you’re qualified to handle, so that potential customers know you can take care of their needs, for example:
• Mobile Repairs
• Fleet Management
• PM Schedules
• Trailer Service
• Chassis Repair
• Brake Service & Repair
• Diesel Engine Service
• Diesel Engine Rebuilds
• Hydraulic System Repair
• Shock & Suspension System Repair
• Reefer Repair
• Mast & Boom Repair
• Tire Repair
• Air System Repair
• Oil Changes
• Radiator Flushes
INCREASE REVENUE FOR YOURSELF, LIKE YOU DO FOR YOUR CUSTOMERS
Your website is a valuable tool for creating interest in your shop. We’ll help you strike the right balance between endorsing your skills and experience and addressing the needs of your customers. When a potential customer sees exactly what he needs on your website—whether it’s a specific service or capability—you’re likely to get a phone call to do business.
If you’re interested in networking with other truck shop owners, you can also look into joining the Management Success! Truck 20 Group, which brings together top truck shops from around the country to discuss important issues facing truck shop owners, as well as best practices for increasing profit potential.