Mobile Trailer Technician
I do whatever my customers need to get their semi-trailers back on the road.
How I help our customers.
I replace lights, fix wiring, weld rails, repair trailer roofs, inspect tires, and fix brakes. Most any repair can be done remotely, including DOT inspections.
My customers know they can count on me whenever they have a need. It means a lot to me that customers trust me to fix their trailer, no matter how big the job is.
What I love most about what I do.
I’m happy to be working for a company like Utility Keystone dedicated to quality. And I love the satisfaction of a job well done.
I have the knowledge and skills in semi-trailer repair to ensure the driver and other drivers on the road will be safe. And drivers appreciate it when I can help them with minor repairs, quickly getting them back on the road.
How I got into this role
I started in fleet repair, where I learned everything about fixing semi-trailers from lights to landing legs, cross members, brakes, air systems, side sheet repair, to being able to rebuild an entire trailer.
I learned about Utility Keystone from a technician who worked there. It sounded like a great place to work, so I applied and decided to join Utility. Here I have the full support of the leadership team, and I always know what the next day holds for me.