Tracserv have continued to offer a wide range of products, services and support throughout their 30 year history. From new and used vehicles and equipment through to parts and repairs, people across the regional trust in Tracserv's quality.
Dick said that along with that quality, it was their service and advice that kept customers coming back. "Customers seek professional advice to achieve the best results and meet their expectations," he said. "We have a wealth of experience and will get you the right equipment for the job - Isuzu trucks have been market leader for 30 years in Australia for good reason".
While the ongoing drought has made business a little lean of late, Dick said that was just part of rural and regional life and every business has to deal with these kinds of situations. "As of this month it's still very strong in Parts and Service and machinery Sales but I feel with the drought on our door step this may result in the decreased volume. Truck sales have reduced which reduces the amount of business we can refer onto other local business," he said. "At the end of the day we are local and employ local people. To keep Dubbo's economy turning we should all shop local - more so in these tough times".
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The strong reputation that Dick and the team at Tracserv have built up over the past three decades is recognised not only by the large number of business awards that they have won, but also the high number of repeat customers and the word of mouth recommendations that they receive. Dick said that at the end of the day all they can do is their best for their customers and hope that's enough.
"We go out of our way to please our customer's requests at all times," he said. "We supply our customers with the upmost quality including new and used trucks and earth moving equipment, spare parts, accessories and merchandise".