Whether you’re running a major construction project or responding to an emergency, transporting your crews from a remote job site to the nearest restaurant can be a difficult process and cost precious hours of productivity.
Hulcher Services solves this problem by bringing the food to you with the mobile Food Van. The Food Van is a self-contained, climate-controlled kitchen on wheels, housed in a semi trailer.
The Food Van can operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Hulcher can supply tents, tables, chairs and outside lighting to provide a comfortable place for your crews. Between meals, the van can serve as a place for meetings or as a break space for workers to escape the elements.
Equipped with commercial-grade cooking and refrigerating systems, the van can be on the road to your jobsite within 60 minutes of your call, any time day or night.
The Food Van makes it easy to close out the project as well. Rather than having to process hundreds of meal receipts, your food expenses are consolidated on one bill, saving you time and giving you more control over costs.
The Food Van is used for Mechanical / Railroad Services, Track Maintenance / Maintenance of Way / Engineering Services and Disaster Response. It can be deployed independently or in conjunction with other Hulcher equipment, like the Mobile Command Center, Spill Response Trailer and the Emergency Response Trailer.
When responding to a crisis, how your crews will be fed is a detail often overlooked, but it could have a major influence on the success of the project. As you prepare your emergency response protocols, be sure to include the Food Van as an essential part of your contingency planning.
Hulcher’s mobile Food Van solves the problem of feeding your crews at remote locations and saves you time and money.
Call Hulcher today at 800-637-5471 to learn more about how the Food Van provides the ideal solution to your crews’ remote dining needs, or to deploy one to your project.
|Case Study - Hulcher Provides Disaster Response to Simultaneous Major Flood Events
Record snowfalls and spring rains resulted in major flooding throughout North Dakota. Much of the state was declared a disaster area. At the same time, a separate flood event devastated several midwest states. Railroads, local governments and industry needed a contractor with extensive, national resources, including trained crews and a fleet of heavy equipment, to respond to both flood events.
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