Lancaster Truck Bodies is led by GM Luis Olmeda and owner Paul Statler. Statler bought the company in March and is pairing it with his other company, US Municipal, in what he says is a “perfect fit.”
A technician prepares a central hydraulics package for a municipal customer. Municipalities form the bulk of Lancaster Truck Bodies’ business.
GM Luis Olmeda and owner Paul Statler with their bread-and-butter unit—a F550 dump truck with plow, spreader, and LTB Control Pro 5 central hydraulics system.
The LTB Control Pro 6 central hydraulics is part of Lancaster Truck Bodies’ base package.
Some of the townships in Lancaster County are telling Lancaster Truck Bodies they can save 75% of their salt budget if they use a brine solution instead of granular salt.
Luis Olmeda and Paul Statler outside the shop, which encompasses 10,000 square feet on five acres.
Olmeda on the paint booth: “This is a key portion of our business. Being able to keep this in-house is critical. We don’t have to sub it out.”
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