“We built many tanks for customers in the state of Maine over the years,” said Daniel Tremblay, president of Tremcar. “With the acquisition of Boston Steel in 2014, we wanted to offer proximity service.
“We want to be closer to our customers on a daily basis.’’
Keith’s Meter Service is strategically located to fill a void the company had in Maine. Keith and Carla Finley’s experience and professionalism will be of great value, Tremcar said. The company’s leaders are confident the Keith’s team will do an excellent job representing and servicing Boston Steel and Tremcar fuel tanks in the state of Maine.
‘’The assembling process is just as important as the aftersales service,” Tremblay said. “We know customers like to see and feel their tank during the final steps of outfitting the tank on the chassis, finishing the units closer to home adds value.’’
Keith’s recently moved its activities to a newly built facility located on Mill Brook Road in Saco, Maine. The $1.2 million investment offers multiple repair and assembling bays, and a spacious yard for optimal service and efficacy. In addition to the service facility, Keith Finley remains on the road offering meter calibration services anywhere in Maine.
“Like the Finley family, Tremcar is dedicated to customer satisfaction, and serving customers closer to home is our priority,” the company said.