Houston Texas Expansion – Press Release

Houston – City Rent a Truck, a vocational fleet rental company with nationwide delivery, is thrilled to announce its expansion to the Houston Market. The new location will be located at 1818 Candle Ridge Park Houston, TX.

“Houston is a hub for commercial and industrial activity, and we are excited to be a part of its rapid growth,” said Jeff Schuetz, President and CEO of City Rent a Truck. “Our new branch will provide customers with access to a wide range of vehicles and the expert support they need to supplement their fleet and grow their businesses.”

Included in the company’s vehicle options are pickups, flatbeds, dump trucks, bucket trucks, service trucks, cargo vans, and much more.
“If it’s a vocational-style vehicle, we probably have it,” said James McKinley, Director of Operations. “The diversity of our fleet, and ability to custom up-fit vehicles allows us to service a wide range of industries that Houston is known for including oil and natural gas, construction, renewable energy, and transportation to name a few. Our goal is to help these companies reach 100% fleet utilization by right sizing their fleet. This means having access to the right vehicles, for the right job, at the right time.”

Renters also benefit from the company’s vehicle delivery service, fleet telematics portal, custom badging, and Work Ready on Demand guarantee.
“We expect our trucks to be put to work on the toughest of jobs and we refuse to treat regular wear and tear as a profit center,” Schuetz said regarding the meaning of Work Ready on Demand. “We won’t nickel and dime customers for small dents and scratches that come with working hard.”
About City Rent a Truck:

Originally named South Town Leasing, the company got its start as the leasing department of a local Ford franchise, in 1964. A few years later, the Ford dealership moved east of Kansas City, while the leasing arm stayed behind operating as a separate entity. That separate leasing department was soon renamed City Rent a Truck.
The company has grown exponentially since Schuetz took over as President 15 years ago, going from one location servicing the Kansas City metro to 5 stores that have been strategically placed to service the entire continental United States.

When asked about the rapid growth Schuetz said, “We have seen a lot of change over the years, but one consistent theme has remained – our commitment to our customers and adapting to their ever-changing needs. As our organization continues to grow, we look back on our small business roots and refuse to abandon the culture that got us here.”

For more information about City Rent a Truck call 346-352-1776, email info@cityrentatruck.com, or visit their website at www.cityrentatruck.com.

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