|Circa1968. Frank Fisher stores
a retractable leg in an early demountable body
Over 100 Years of Experience
In 1989, when Frank Fisher and Rustin Cassway founded Demountable Concepts they had over 25 years of experience with demountable truck body systems between them, and a goal to become the nation’s leading demountable supplier.
Today Demountable Concepts draws on over 100 years of combined engineering, project management and manufacturing knowledge to improve delivery operations for companies with one truck through fleets operating hundreds of vehicles. Our systems are utilized in a wide array of industries and we have grown to become the number one provider of demountable systems throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.
|Arial view of our 50,000 sq/ft facility.
Easy to Implement System
Demountable Concepts provides the system components, and coordinates their installation with your truck provider and body manufacturer. We partner with you every step of the way; from planning your system to ensuring quick and flawless integration into your fleet, and ultimately training your drivers after the system is installed. To keep your trucks on the road we have service and installation centers located throughout North America and a same day shipping policy for in-stock parts.
Built to Last
Some of our clients are operating demountable equipment that’s been in service for 25 years, and longer. To keep up with demand for our productivity boosting delivery systems, we’ve recently moved into a new manufacturing facility featuring the latest AutoCAD engineering systems; state-of-the-art fabrication equipment, including a CNC plasma cutter; and a paint shop large enough for semi-trailers.
Contact us. We’ll show you how Demountable Truck Body Systems pay for themselves quickly by turning downtime into drive time and reducing the amount of equipment and labor necessary to get your goods delivered. Call 1-800-254-3643 or e-mail email@example.com.
|A portion of our facility’s interior with fabrication capabilities including: welding, shearing, bending, plasma cutting and painting