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Big Truck Rental Launches Complete Fleet Rental Program

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Tampa, FL – Big Truck Rental (BTR), North America’s leading essential services rental vehicle provider, is launching a new rental program, BTR’s Complete Fleet. Designed with your business needs at the core, BTR’s Complete Fleet is a capital and fleet strategy to meet the demands of today’s modern collection environment. Complete Fleet is BTR’s most flexible rental option, providing waste haulers and municipalities with immediate access to like-new trucks on a recurring or ongoing basis, without service interruptions or costly maintenance fees.

BTR’s Complete Fleet helps customers achieve three main goals: reduce service interruptions, preserve capital, and reduce maintenance expenditures. Simply select trucks from North America’s largest front-line refuse fleet and leave the rest to BTR, who will work to ensure all units are replaced as needed, keeping customers with a like-new fleet.

“Big Truck Rental’s Complete Fleet program is a great example of our expansive selection of solutions for haulers of any size. With BTR’s Complete Fleet, our team is able to provide ongoing and recurring rental solutions to help in a changing environment by delivering a clear and well-defined program,” said Jaksa Panic, Vice President – BTR Canada.

“With just a few calls and emails, we had the fleet we needed to bring services in-house and provide trash pickup to the residents of [our borough]. It has really been a pleasure working with Big Truck Rental,” said one Complete Fleet customer.

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