Fleet vehicle site offers improved support for customers
Reading Fleet Services has new website with updated product and service information for customers.
Pontiac, Mich., September 13, 2010—Reading Fleet Services (RFS), a provider of fleet vehicles with 15 locations nationwide, has unveiled its new website that features updated product and service information and improved support for customers, who can view the complete RFS chassis pool, order parts and request literature from the site.
Visitors to the website, found at www.readingfleetservices.com, can view RFS’s extensive product line, which includes steel and aluminum trucks and vans designed to serve industries including utility, agriculture, building, communications, construction, defense, delivery, electric, fire and rescue, forestry, HVAC, law enforcement, landscaping, leasing, military, moving, municipal, pest control, plumbing, postal, railroad, roofing, transportation, and others.
“We wanted a better way to connect with our customers and potential customers, and we feel that the new site allows us to do that,” said Michael Snyder, vice president national account sales at Reading Fleet Services. “It’s another way for us to give customers the best service possible and to stay current with their needs.”
The website was designed and hosted by Niemczyk Hoffmann Group Inc., a Shillington, Pa.-based agency specializing in advertising, web and video solutions.
Established in 2005 and owned by The Reading Group LLC, RFS provides customers a strategic advantage with manufacturer-direct access to Reading’s full line of steel and aluminum van and truck bodies, including custom bodies. It also offers ship-thru, freight re-entry and pool and drop ship programs, with chassis ordered directly from Ford, Dodge and GM. With more than 125 installation and service facilities nationwide, RFS provides the quickest turn-around time in the industry.
In addition to its headquarters in Pontiac, Mich., Reading Fleet Services has locations in: Portland, Ore.; Los Angeles, Calif.; Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio; Louisville, Ky., Atlanta, Ga.: Tampa, Fla.; LaGrange, Texas; Clinton, Md.; Suffolk, Va.; and Seneca, Denver, Abington, and Bowmansville, Pa.