Tapping into a niche service in a recession-proof industry, Fleet Clean has grown at more than a 40% percent annual rate since its inception in 2009. The company recently announced franchise expansion plans throughout the Sun Belt states and into the northern regions of the United States for the anticipated harsh winter.
“Trucks will always be necessary for businesses to deliver their product into the hands of consumers, and companies want their trucks to present a clean image. The combination of those factors makes our industry uniquely loaded with opportunity,” said Scott Marr, CEO of Fleet Clean. “We’re responding to the growing demand by delivering convenient, high-quality washes and timely service for businesses with trucks across the country.”
Each Fleet Clean rig is equipped with its own water, generator, pressure washers, soap dispensers, brushes, tools, and water reclamation equipment, with customers only needing to supply the dirty vehicle. Fleet Clean is built to be detailed, efficient, effective, and friendly while placing a strong emphasis on protecting the environment with green processes.
Committed to helping franchisees from various backgrounds succeed, Fleet Clean franchisees serve highly scalable areas that cover nearly 50 miles of territory per location. Franchisees are fully backed with home office support, which includes a sales team that creates recurring new business for franchisees in specific locations.
Serving more than 1,000 businesses in 18 states, Fleet Clean is committed to providing the best service possible with centralized accounting and customer support system so that its clients get immediate satisfaction no matter what. The company employs technology to simplify processes while ensuring they are protecting the world by reducing the use of paper, reclaiming water, and using environmentally safe products.
Today, Fleet Clean has 22 franchises and six corporate locations. The company is expected to open seven more locations by the end of 2017 and is looking to continue its expansion throughout the U.S., primarily in the Southeast and Midwest, along with major cities such as Chicago and Indianapolis.
Originally posted on Trucking Info
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