Global Equipment Sales & Service, Inc. was formed with a vision. Our goal was to develop an organization that set the bar for delivering the highest level of customer support and service in the industry. Our core management team has over 120 years of combined experience in the commercial foodservice industry. Our extensive experience affords us a superior understanding of how important timely, professional equipment repairs are to your business.
Global Equipment Sales & Service, Inc. continues to develop and implement initiatives designed to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions through our employee training programs and standard operating procedures. In addition, we offer Energy Audits to help clients reduce their carbon footprint.
Press Release: November 19, 2008
With an eye on the environment and a more sustainable future, Global Equipment Sales & Service, Inc. recently announced several initiatives to help to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, as well as help to thwart global climate change. Vice President of Service Operations William Boone explains there were various factors that drove the need for the change.
“This is not specifically about fuel costs,” said Boone. “We started thinking of ways to be more competitive in the industry, and because of our concern for the environment. Many companies are ignoring this issue. We try to be more committed on the environmental front and I believe our customers recognize that”.
“As one of the fastest growing providers of onsite service we had to take proactive steps to reduce our fuel consumption and reduce CO2 emissions. In late 2008 we began aggressively replacing the Ford E-250′s in our fleet with Ford Rangers. By first quarter 2009 all the E-250 had been retired and we had reduced our fuel consumption to half the previous quarter. To further reduce consumption we installed GPS tracking and require the drivers to remain below 65 mph”.
“This just made sense, and we will continue to seek more opportunities just like this one. We don’t believe in doing something just because that’s the way it has always been done it. We try to think outside of the box”.