CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif. — Utility Trailer Manufacturing Co., a manufacturer of refrigerated trailers, dry freight vans, flatbeds and Tautliner curtain-sided trailers has released four videos featuring the 4000D-X Composite dry van, 3000R reefer, a corporate video and a company history video now available on the company’s YouTube Channel at www.youtube.com/UtilityTrailerMfg.
Both the 4000D-X Composite dry van and 3000R reefer product videos have been updated to include more information about Utility’s trailer specifications and manufacturing process.
“We are utilizing video as a means to provide our customers and dealers an in-depth visual look at our trailers and the history behind each model,” said Larry Roland, director of marketing. “The new dry van video allows the audience to learn more about how we’ve advanced old composite plate trailer design, and the new reefer video further highlights the unique features that make Utility’s 3000R the No. 1 selling reefer trailer in the Americas since 1994.”
In addition to the dry van and reefer product videos, Utility has released a new corporate video and “Heritage” video documenting four generations of leadership and the company’s past, current and future of building trailers.
“We plan to produce more informative product videos in the near future to better educate the industry on the important features and benefits each trailer spec provides,” Roland said.
The new Utility videos can also be viewed on the company website at www.utilitytrailer.com.
Utility Trailer Manufacturing Co. is America's oldest privately owned, family-operated trailer manufacturer. Founded in 1914, the company designs and manufactures dry freight vans, flatbeds, refrigerated vans, Tautliner curtain-sided trailers and side skirts. Utility currently operates five trailer manufacturing facilities across the United States. Utility’s 3000R and the 3000R multi-temp refrigerated trailers are manufactured at the Marion, Virginia, and Clearfield, Utah, plants. The 4000D-X Composite and 4000D dry vans are manufactured at the Glade Spring, Virginia, and Paragould, Arkansas, plants. The 4000A, 4000S, drop deck and Tautliner are all manufactured at the Enterprise, Alabama,facility. Utility also has an extensive independent dealer network with over 100 locations throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South America.