Versalift stands with local power companies and first responders. Every year, blizzards, tornadoes, hurricanes, mudslides and floods play havoc in communities across the United States. After the storm has passed, communities need all the help they can get to pick up the pieces and put their lives back together again. The efforts to restore power are essential to restoring the safety and sense of normalcy in a community, which is why Versalift is dedicated to providing support to local power companies and first responders. We know you buy Versalift products because they are, in part, so reliable, and we know that you are going to be counting on us for reliable products and services to aid in recovery. As a company headquarted in Waco, Texas, recovery efforts for Hurricaine Harvey impacting our friends and family in Houston are top of mind. With operations in almost every state, we are just starting to understand the demand for clean up efforts in the wake of Hurricain Irma in Florida.


We have readied our fleet of Ready to Go (RTG) new aerial lift trouble trucks, cable placers and digger derricks.  We have also moved our entire fleet of used Versalift Utility Vehicles into our already large rental fleet.  If you need assistance, We are with you, 24 hours a day, please contact: Greg Fraumann, at 888-867-6540 / or John Sypolt, VP Versalift Used Equipment at 330-749-7671 or

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The Versalift Family of dealers provides 24-hour coverage to support those service crews who are aiding in storm recovery. Versalift Service Centers near the emergency will maintain communication services to provide adequate support to line and service crews, even if they’re out all night. Additional mobile technicians are dispatched with parts and tools to repair equipment. This is an extension of our normal service program, where Versalift dealers offer emergency support with on-call technicians. As is always the case, parts can be ordered online through the Versalift Partner Program

TRL Rents, Versalift’s equipment rental partner, provides a comprehensive line of late model truck-mounted rental equipment for the electric utility, telecommunications, contractor and tree care sectors. TRL Rents offers immediate delivery on a wide range of units for short term storm rebuild rentals with flexible financing options. Our Utility Truck Trader division provides a trade-in program resulting in a large fleet of certified used utility trucks.

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Versalift is a leading manufacturer of bucket trucks, aerial devices, digger derricks and other specialty equipment for power generation, transmission and distribution, investor-owned utility, telecommunication, light & sign, and tree care industries. Working with co-ops, municipalities, government agencies and corporations through its global network of facilities and family of dealers, the company manufactures, sells and services bucket trucks in North America, South America, and Europe and employs nearly 700 associates worldwide.

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Versalift will match donations made to the American Red Cross to help those affected by the recently natural disasters in Texas and Florida.

American Red Cross: Usually the first group people think of when giving after a disaster. It says it is providing shelters for those displaced by Harvey, and it has thousands of volunteers on the ground in the state.


Additional charities we support are:

Global Giving: A charity crowdfunding site that is attempting to raise $2 million to be used exclusively for local relief and recovery efforts. You can give here. (4/4 stars from Charity Navigator.)

Salvation Army: The Christian charity is emphasizing its intentions to help with long-term recovery in Houston. You can give here.

Operation Supply Drop: Another veterans organization sending volunteers to Texas. You can give here.

Greater Houston Community Fund: A broad-based relief fund established by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. You can give here.

Local food banks: The Houston Press has compiled a list of food banks in the affected area, including Houston Food Bank, Galveston County Food Bank, Corpus Christi Food Bank, Southeast Texas Food Bank, and more. They recommend contacting a food bank directly about their need and what you can do.

Houston Humane Society: The group is helping marshal care and shelter for pets in the area. You can give here. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Texas is undertaking similar efforts. You can give here. The San Antonio Humane Society is doing the same. More here. There is also Austin Pets Alive, which you can give to here.



Versalift Capital is offering special financing rates to first responders, power companies, and telecommunications companies seeking to expand their fleet to help with the disaster recovery efforts in the wake of Harvey and Irma.  Please contact our sales department at for immeidately for early considerations.