As the industry leader for Load Transfer / Load Adjustment Services, Hulcher Services maintains a fleet of specialized equipment including skid steers.
Our skid steers have different lift capacities, but all are capable of delivering a variety of Load Transfer / Load Adjustment Services including:
Our skid steers are maintained through Hulcher’s Preventative Mechanical Maintenance Program. This multi-layered, proactive system of inspections and servicing ensures our equipment is trustworthy and ready to go to work when you need it.
Anyone who has worked with railroad contractors knows that the most important part of any piece of equipment is the person who is operating it. Hulcher’s operators are railroad specialists. They have received training in railroad applications, are current in safety and security certification requirements for all Class I railroads, and have spent years perfecting their craft in maintenance-of-way environments.With their extensive railroad experience, our operators can work seemlessly with your rail gangs, or independently.
Hulcher combines 30 years of Load Transfer / Load Adjustment Services expertise with one of the most extensive networks of people and equipment in North America. We are close by, with the right equipment and the most professional crew members in the industry, to respond to your load transfer and load adjustment needs.
For your project to be successful, you need a quality equipment, maintained to be reliable and operated by an experienced railroad professional. When your Load Transfer / Load Adjustment Services project calls for equipment that is properly equipped, expertly operated and available when you need it, call Hulcher at 800-637-5471.
|Case Study - Forklift Ramp and Parking Lot Asphalt
The diesel shop’s loading dock allowed forklifts to bring in palletized shipments of heavy cargo such as traction motors from semi trailers to the storage sheds. Unfortunately, the shop’s dock ramp had a rough, uneven surface that added to wear and tear on forklifts and increased the risk for mishaps during transport. Additionally, the surrounding parking lots had several cracks and potholes that needed attention.
Photos of the Skid Steer