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Customer Service is More Than Just Being Nice; If Done Right, It Can Save Your Customers Big Bucks

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By Jeff Miller At LTR, our core values are Safety, Customer Service, Integrity, Teamwork, and Accountability.  Safety is the focus of every job at Light Tower Rentals (LTR).  It starts at the office, continues at the jobsite, and really never finishes.  Safety is priority one, because if you don’t have a safe work environment, you won’t have customers.  Without customers, ...

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Equipment rental offers economic benefits in low price environment

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Oilfield operators are struggling to operate efficiently in today’s challenging environment. To avoid large capital expenditures and maintenance costs, more and more operators are shifting from buying equipment to equipment rental. Renting equipment provides customers with certainty because the costs to rent are predictable, and the rental company handles the maintenance, repair and delivery, which are variable expenses that can ...

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Light Tower Rentals, Inc. Promotes Three Executives to Support Power Generation Product Lines

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Light Tower Rentals, Inc. has promoted three employees to increase their focus on Power Generation, specifically Natural Gas Generators, and emphasize the company’s commitment to excellent service. Odessa, Texas, November 10, 2015 — Light Tower Rentals (LTR), specializing in specialty rental equipment in the oil and gas sector, recently promoted Jon Galle to Senior Product Manager, Production Power. The promotion ...

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Rental company culture positions it for continuing success

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When it comes to safety and economic security in the oil and gas field, strong, long-term business relationships matter. According to a 2014 report (based on 2012 data) published by the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health (COSH), the oil and gas industry’s fatality rate is now 24.2 deaths for every 100,000 full time workers vs. 3.2 deaths per ...

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