Heavy Towing Company Meets Port of Baltimore Requirements and Assists Customer
A local heavy towing company has a real adventure to share with you. Recently, Priority Towing was called upon to save the day for a customer in the Port of Baltimore, located at 401 E Pratt St #1653, Baltimore, MD 21202. The customer was in a jam, as their truck and trailer had broken down and needed to be towed into the port. Thankfully, Priority Towing had just the tools for the job, with a heavy wrecker and tractor in tow.
Now, let’s talk about getting into the port. It’s no easy feat! To even have a chance at entering, all vendors, including heavy towing companies, must have a coveted TWIC card (Transportation Workers Identification Credentials), and their equipment must be registered with the port. That’s no small task, but Priority Towing had it covered.
Upon arriving at the scene, Priority Towing was met with a tricky situation. The truck and trailer were separated, with the trailer being unloaded elsewhere on the property. To make matters worse, the driver’s truck was stuck in gear and wouldn’t start up again. But no need to worry, Priority Towing was ready to spring into action, dispatching their trusty heavy wrecker, Truck 14, to tow the units.
Just when it seemed like everything was back on track, the drop address changed, and the new shop couldn’t accommodate the trailer. That’s when the heavy towing company kicked into high gear, sending out their dependable tractor, Truck 15, to tow the trailer and store it in their yard. The customer was left with their tractor at the shop, while the trailer was safely secured at Priority Towing’s lot.
All in all, Priority Towing provided top-notch service to this customer, who was in a bind. From meeting the strict port requirements to successfully towing the broken units and storing the trailer until it could be retrieved, Priority Towing was the hero of the day. Great job, team!
Details of Heavy Towing Company Meets Port of Baltimore Requirements and Assists Customer
Priority Towing, a heavy towing company, recently assisted a customer in the Port of Baltimore, located at 401 E Pratt St #1653, Baltimore, MD 21202. The customer contacted the heavy towing company, Priority Towing, to tow his broken truck and trailer into the port. Upon arriving at the scene, the heavy towing company had a heavy wrecker and tractor in tow.
To enter the port, all vendors, including each heavy towing company, must have a TWIC card (Transportation Workers Identification Credentials), and their equipment must be registered with the port. This is a significant requirement as not every heavy towing company can meet this service level.
When the heavy towing company arrived, they found that the truck and trailer were separated, and the trailer was being unloaded elsewhere on the property. The driver’s truck was stuck in gear and could not be restarted. To tow the units, the heavy towing company dispatched their heavy wrecker, Truck 14.
However, during the process, the drop address was changed, and the new shop was unable to accommodate the trailer. As a result, the heavy towing company sent their tractor, Truck 15, to tow the trailer and store it in their yard until the tractor was repaired, or the customer could pick it up. The customer was left at the shop with their tractor, while the trailer was safely secured at the heavy towing company’s lot.
Heavy towing company Priority Towing provided exceptional service to this customer, who was in a difficult situation. The heavy towing company provided the necessary equipment and was able to meet the strict requirements needed to enter the Port of Baltimore. They were able to successfully tow the broken units and store the trailer until the customer could make arrangements for its retrieval.