Scott Equipment’s Commitment to Customers Remains Evident year after year.
When Mr. Tom Scott first opened Scott Truck & Tractor on November 1, 1939, he understood that "The customer is boss and demands - deserves - good service in return for his or her business." This philosophy has remained the hallmark of the company through today with its current and potential customers.
The future of Scott Equipment is largely focused around building and maintaining relationships and partnerships with all agriculture, construction, industrial, and forestry customers. Its dedication to customer service has helped to keep Scott Equipment a step ahead of other dealers. Scott Equipment believes that extra care should be taken with each customer to assure a long-term relationship. Qualified service and parts are available after the sale to keep each customer’s equipment purchase running smoothly and efficiently.
History, honesty, and excellent service, plus the caring nature conveyed to each and every customer has helped make Scott Equipment the industry leader that it is today. Just as it was in the past, the company’s future depends on the quality of care provided to each customer to keep them coming back, time after time. One thing above all else remains the number one belief at Scott Equipment: "People Are Important."
Scott Equipment is constantly searching for new opportunities that will benefit its entire customer base. One such opportunity was Scott Equipment's joint venture with The G.W. Van Keppel Company in 2007 to form Scott Van Keppel, L.L.C. to expand the Company's construction equipment business into Iowa and Nebraska.
The quality of the manufacturers that Scott Equipment represents further suggests that Scott Equipment is a company that the customer can trust.
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