TREK Cleaning Machines is a maker of cleaning equipment. Bob O'Hara, Jim Hartsock and Chris Knowlton, TREK's founders, have more than 60 years of experience successfully manufacturing, designing, developing, marketing and providing customer support. The company's innovative flair is a reflection of the entrepreneurial style of the founders. They strongly believe in delivering true value to their customers and are devoted to offering top quality and new design concepts in order to meet the diverse requirements of their clients. In their product development; TREK Cleaning Machines always provides fresh design concepts. They enjoy offering items that energize both their dealers and their partners and provide production gains to their clients. The team at TREK enjoys tackling new challenges and tasks. They are proud to introduce their new Torsion scrubber line and all of its breakthrough technology. This particular line was motivated by the comprehension of operators' skills and needs along with their understanding of cleaning applications, together with owners' strong desire to considerably reduce expense through productivity gains. When considered necessary, the personnel within TREK and its many dealer members in both parts and in technical support would be accessible. One of their core values is their high service dedication in their customer service. Keeping their customers' cleaning equipment ready and running day after day is top priority. The company's top of the line technology delivers dependable machinery which ultimately lowers your cleaning expense. The product, the price and the service all work as one in order to make them an industry leader.
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Hyster Parts in Los Angeles
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