Alaska Energy Fleet Depends On Chevrolet’s Toughest Trucks
When you work in one of the harshest climates in the United States, you need a vehicle that can keep up. That is why ASRC Energy Services in Alaska uses Chevrolet trucks for its entire fleet.
Chevrolet trucks are tough and versatile enough to fit a wide range of needs for the Alaskan oilfield service partner.
“Our fleet vehicles double as mobile offices for the majority of our employees, so we need to give them dependable vehicles in the remote areas where they work,” Chris Maynard, general manager of fleet operations for ASRC Energy Services, said in a statement. “These locations can vary from areas with no electricity to temporary roads built on top of the frozen tundra.”
Because of the remote locations where some of the trucks are needed, it is not always feasible to drive them. The trucks have to be flown on airplanes. ASRC Energy Services uses a small Shorts 330 Sherpa airplane to transport the Chevy Colorado to these remote locations. They have to put smaller wheels on the Colorado, just to get it to fit in the plane.
In addition to the Colorado, the ASRC also make use of the Silverado 1500, the Silverado 2500HD, and the rugged 3500HD.
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