The Government Sector

Sep 2, 2014

SealMaster National Equipment Sales Manager Craig Walter continues to impress the government sector; most recently with sale of two (2) CP 260 Twin Electric Hose units. Recently, a large municipality in Montana announced SealMaster as the winner of the bid for the two units, with the potential for 25 additional units. The ability of each hose to be operated independently, in conjunction with a well-designed information package, contributed to the successful bid.

Also on the government front, Walter has found that state budgets are experiencing continuing cuts in nearly all regions of the country. Working the 3 major trade shows, and 13 territories over the past 90 days, Walter has found that states are looking for help to maximize their efforts with less money and increased project work. Walter states that new paving in 2010 will cost approximately $120,000 per lane mile ““ as opposed to $1,200 per lane mile when using SealMaster’s Crack Sealing Rental Program.

“A new CrackPro with an air compressor and enough crack sealant to repair 20 miles of road (both lanes) can be budgeted at the cost of a melter and a truck load of material,” says Walter, “The sale price is lower than ½ the cost of one lane mile of new asphalt paved road surface. Now’s the time to strike.”