A major natural disaster or derailment may require a sustained emergency response spanning days or even weeks.
Hulcher Services can support a sustained emergency response around the clock by deploying relief Hulcher crews from around the country to the jobsite with our corporate Citation jet.
Hulcher owns and operates its Citation jet aircraft based out of the Denton, Texas Municipal Airport. The Citation jet is capable of being mobilized at a moment's notice to anywhere in North America, any time day or night.
To operate the jet we employ a full-time staff of veteran Captains and First Officers ready to quickly respond to emergency situations with disaster response services anywhere in the United States, Canada and Mexico. With the jet we are able to quickly pick up our relief crews from any of our divisions and deliver them to any of more than 5,000 airports.
The Citation jet is used for Mechanical / Railroad Services and Disaster Response. It deploys independently to projects that are served by other Hulcher equipment, like the Mobile Command Center, Food Van, Spill Response Trailer and the Emergency Response Trailer.
Hulcher's greatest asset for any project is our network of 750 trained, qualified and experienced experts. For typical emergencies, our crews are stationed all around North America to provide fast response wherever they may occur. For large scale derailments or natural disasters, the Citation jet allows us to leverage our international pool of professionals, so we can sustain our response by mobilizing in fresh crews on a virtually limitless basis.
When making your emergency response plans, be sure to factor in your contractor's ability to sustain a response with fresh crews. Call Hulcher today at 800-637-5471 to learn more about how the Citation jet brings a nationwide team of professional responders to your emergency jobsite for a fast and maximum response, when you need it most.
|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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