One of the most important features of site logistics is understanding the customers requirements, before they show up. We are practiced at clearing roads the day before the client needs a ride so that we can honor their need for efficiency. Another option is utilizing equipment to the fullest, like when we use a 40 MPH Commander to travel 20 light snow miles so that the 6 MPH Snow Rover can safely cover the last deep snow 4 miles saving an out of market technician almost 7 hours of time in the passenger seat. Versatility must also be prepared!
For over a decade and a half, we have been going to places that others cannot get to. Using snow rover vehicles, rough terrain equipment or air craft, Legacy personnel get people and equipment both in and out of inhospitable places. We always do it with safety as our number one priority. Our staff has been the standard for reliability in remote access partially due to investment in late model equipment, but more because of our experience. Legacy’s people have experience providing services and materials across the Pacific Rim, to Alaska, Antarctica, and the Gulf. That makes the Rockies, Cascades and Olympics seem pretty tame by comparison. Let our seasoned team put solutions where they need to be, when they need to be there!
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What a ride! I’m really not used to such a comfortable new snow cat, hope we get to use you guys all the time.
Logistics means Versatility
AGL Media article
The folks from AGL Media sent Mr. J. Sharp Smith over to check us out. CLICK HERE to see what he had to say.
Tracks on Commanders
To support a microwave project, our Remote Services installed tracks on the 2 person UTV’s that are usually reserved for summer and muddy access. These end up being very versatile machines during the spring and fall when weather can always be sketchy above 7000 feet in elevation! As a side benefit it pleased the National Forest Service and we work with them a lot.