Henkels & McCoy Has Relied on Ford Truck for 94 Years (Video)

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Contracting Company Is One of the Longest Truck Customer Relationships in the History of the Manufacturer

Every company cherishes their customers (for the most part), so keeping customers coming back year after year is an important task, but an oh so difficult one. A construction company by the name of Henkels & McCoy put its confidence in Ford trucks back in 1923, and they’ve been working with the Blue Oval for a whopping 94-years now.

The once small construction company is now a utility and communications infrastructure contractor, primarily developing the facilities our modern technologies rely on nowadays. With over 3,000 F-Series trucks in inventory across the country, they have full trust that Ford will help them get the job done.

“Ford trucks are tough, and have helped us work efficiently for 94 years,” says Kokemor. “The Ford dealerships and related facilities that maintain our equipment are outstanding, and that’s led to us having great uptime with our trucks.”


“Since our first Super Duty arrived in 1999, we’ve found the best thing about this highly capable truck is its long-term dependability and ease of upfitting for our vocational fleet,” says Kokemor. “Upfitters really appreciate the clean chassis Ford produces, as well as the placement of the electrical and mounting equipment – which is located exactly where we need it most.”

Henkels & McCoy’s fleet is made up of 40 percent F-150 pickups, and 60 percent Super Duty trucks. Furthermore, they thank modern technology for keeping their drivers safer on the road. “Ford’s camera systems and backup sensors, as well as its Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert help our drivers avoid damaging their trucks on a daily basis, which leads to reduced accidents and money saved in the long run,” said Kokemor.

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Jerry Perez is a regular contributor to Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Corvette Forum, and 6SpeedOnline, among other auto sites.

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