Work Trucks: NTEA Technical Services – A Valuable Membership Benefit

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Fleet management: The NTEA technical services department is a vital resource for members. Staff engineers, with more than 50 years of combined industry experience, provide in-depth solutions to technical questions/issues. The Technical Services hotline at (800) 441-6832 is open Monday-Friday, 8:00AM-5:00PM ET. Members have the benefit of calling as frequently as needed. They may also email inquiries to info@ntea.com.

Companies that are not members of NTEA are offered one complimentary inquiry. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity by calling (800) 441-6832 or emailing info@ntea.com.

Tech Trends, a monthly electronic report sent to members, highlights the prevalent engineering developments and frequently-seen problems posed to the NTEA technical services department. For a limited time, the June issue of Tech Trends is available industry-wide - click here to view.

Each issue of Tech Trends is provided to members free of charge. For information on how you can continue receiving this publication or to learn more about NTEA membership benefits, contact Luci Pfaff, membership manager, at (800) 441-6832, ext. 128, or luci@ntea.com.

For more information about NTEA or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.
 



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