Roaring into the 20s
Oscar Wilde said, "Consistency is the last refuge of the unimaginative."
We imagine he wasn't considering the yard ramp industry.
Year in, year out: we continue to provide quality portable yard ramps and stationary loading dock ramps that are consistently informed by our commitment to quality customer service.
The quality of inventory and the quality of our attention to detail: they go hand-in-hand, informed by and informing one another.
The Yard Ramp Guy is incredibly fortunate and honored to maintain deep professional relationships with the nation's top yard ramp manufacturers. In addition to the ease of doing business with them, we’re also positioned to pass on impressive savings on new ramps to our customers
We’ve made our used inventory and rental ramps available across the United States. Delivery times and shipping costs are lower for you. And we don't just ramp 'em and leave 'em: our turnkey delivery and installation services are available to help you unload and set up. That is, we do what we do so that you can remain focused on optimizing your business operations.
2019 has been a whirlwind of activity. We welcome the chaos that comes with all the moving pieces and fluid situations and all those other kitchen-sink clichés you can think of when the economy and steel pricing and industry dynamics are uncertain.
With that, we look forward to a robust 2020. We'll have some major new announcements that, we're confident, will further solidify our position in the industry. Keep watching this space for details.
Before we turn the calendar, though, we remind you that the taxman still has a 2019 opportunity for you to save money. Consider buying a yard ramp before December 31st and take advantage of a Section 179 Deduction.You can deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment from your gross income. It's well worth checking out. And though there are but days left until the 2020s, it's certainly not too late.
Happy Holidays to our customers, vendors, and industry colleagues. Good health to you and yours as we all ramp up to the Roaring 20s.
This week, our man McCoy Fields takes us back in time and teaches us that the Incans, the Mayans, and the Aztecs were all connected by, natch, their use of ramps.
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