GMC Sierra is not just transport but a lifeline for Alaska business
The home of Delta Leasing LLC Prudhoe Bay, Alaska is not the most hospitable of places and the worst to find jobs. Average temperature of the area hovers around 11 degrees Fahrenheit and sub-zero temperatures during winter. Delta Leasing provides round the year service to some 400 GMC trucks providing premium services to oil field companies.Photo 1: GMC
Delta has opted for the GMC Sierra 2500 HD due to the comfort level, exterior design and significantly its toughness and its capacity to ride off-road and the dirt road. Some of these pickups never get to see paved roads during their rides. Vice President of Delta Leasing, Sam Amato said that the GMC Sierra is the best when it comes to tackling these hardships. Light and heavy duty pickups of GMC Sierra are ranked the best in their respective segments in a study conducted for third party dependability.
The Vice president of GMC Fleet and Commercial Ed Peper said that possessing a reliable truck hugely reduce the cost of repairs which usually affect the economy of a company and would help to keep clients in good humor. In GMC one can find reliability and ability with its proven history and this is what businesses are essentially looking for.Photo 2: GMC Sierra is not just transport but a lifeline for Alaska business
In Alaska a truck is more than a medium for transport, it is the lifeline as it is used to get important jobs done. Clients are mostly located in remote locations which are harsh and a truck failure could even cost their lives. The important feature of the OnStar RemoteLink Key Fob Services is that it can start a truck parked in a remote location from a Smartphone app or unlock which is also well liked by clients and Delta Leasing. According to Amato the frequently common call is related to drivers locking themselves out of the truck, but with the advantage of the OnStar, Delta can easily and quickly start the trucks and set clients on their jobs.