TREK Cleaning Machines is a machine maker who is passionate about the cleaning industry. The company's founders, Jim Hartsock, Chris Knowlton and Bob O'Hara, have over sixty years combined experience with successfully developing, marketing, manufacturing, designing and providing customer support. The company's cutting edge flair is a reflection of the entrepreneurial style of the founders. They strongly believe in delivering true value to their customers and are dedicated to offering top quality and new design concepts in order to meet the diverse requirements of their customers.
In their product development; TREK Cleaning Machines always provides fresh design concepts. They enjoy providing items which energize both their partners and their dealers and offer production gains to their customers.
The TREK team of staff likes new tasks and new challenges. They are very proud to launch its breakthrough technology found in their Torsion scrubber line. This line was motivated by the comprehension of operators' skills and requirements along with their knowledge of cleaning applications, along with owners' strong desire to dramatically reduce expense through productivity gains.
The employees at TREK and their dealer-partners are really committed to having both technical support and parts accessible when it is needed. Their high service commitment is among the core values in their customer service. Keeping their clients' cleaning machines functioning and ready on a daily basis is top priority. The company's top of the line technology delivers reliable machinery that ultimately lowers your cost of cleaning. The product, the price and the service all work as one so as to make them the leader in the trade.
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