Pro-Tow, Inc. has provided towing services in Central Ohio since 1994. Our business is based upon delivering safe and efficient service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The main dispatch for our own fleet and maintenance center for Pro Tow, Inc. is located at 1669 Harmon Ave and includes a backup power generator to ensure we are able to operate under all conditions. Our company also provides emergency service to large logistics companies who rely on fast and efficient service. We offer a reliable service that includes tackling some of the toughest jobs – they call us when they have a problem that needs to be solved.
For example, upon arriving at many emergency situations and having to wait for a third party to pump fuel or other site remediation services, we realized we could improve the efficiency of this process. Our solution was to become trained to remediate the scenes instead of waiting for contractors whose response times are sometimes hours after we arrive. This also helps reduce our customer’s exposure because we are able to mitigate the amount of damage to the environment by pumping damaged fuel tanks and setting up absorbent around the scene to reduce the exposure area.
Pro-Tow, Inc. has provided towing and emergency services in the Columbus Metropolitan area since 1994. Emergency heavy-duty customers we service include many police departments and large trucking companies. Our main location near the intersection of I-71and Rt. 104 lends easy access to all major highways in the metropolitan area. Our company owns all standard towing equipment as well as a 16-ton wrecker with side puller, 35-ton, 50-ton with extended under reach, and 60-ton 360-degree rotating wrecker.
Specialized equipment such as our rotator and wrecker with side puller allow for minimal lane restrictions. Our customers can also be confident in the job that we do knowing we have two incident commanders who are qualified riggers under regulations set forth by OSHA 1910.184, OSHA 1926.251, ASME B30.9, AMSE 30.26, AMSE B30.10, as well as hazardous materials technicians trained to drill and pump loaded fuel tankers.
Incident management equipment includes, but is not limited to: an extendable forklift with 42’ of reach, a large front-end loader, a dump truck, (2) dump trailers, a snow plow truck with dump body and salt spreader, a wheeled skid steer with street cleaning broom, a track skid steer, bucket, forks, extended forks, an excavator with tracks with grapple, winch attachment for skid steer for off road recoveries, (2) refrigerated 53’ trailers, (4) 53’ dry box van trailers, (2) 53’ sliding axle low boy trailers, (2) detachable neck low boy trailers, (4) service trucks, and heavy duty support truck including fuel transfer equipment.
We have participated in the ODOT Trip program since its inception and throughout the pilot program in 2013. Our company has previously won national awards from providing outstanding service for AAA Ohio including 2005 Service Provider of Excellence.