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Utility Equipment Leasing Corporation Celebrating 45th Anniversary at ICUEE

August 9, 2011- Press Release

WAUKESHA, WI - Utility Equipment Leasing Corporation (UELC) will be celebrating their 45th year of leadership in the rental and leasing business for utility trucks, material handlers, track units, and cable pullers at ICUEE 2011.

Since its founding in 1967, the company has grown substantially and is recognized for its modern and reliable fleet. With service centers across the country, assistance is always a short phone call away. Experienced team members answer the phones and respond quickly to availability needs and to keep customers up and running. We are always “At Your Service” with the best equipment, the best solutions and the best team. 

At the ICUEE show this year, climb on board and demo equipment to learn why the economic climate today points to rentals and leases as an even more responsible choice. Renting from UELC is the key to better profitability and efficiency for organizations with variable workloads, periodic unique needs or constrained capital budgets.

Tom Greenwood, General Manager of UELC, noted, “We’re excited to meet with long time customers and potential new partners at ICUEE.  We’d like to hear your story and shape a solution that meets your needs.  We’ve got the flexibility and creative solutions to help you expand your fleet as needed.” 

Stop by the UELC booth to learn why and how the company is always “At Your Service.”

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