October 11, 2012

Utility Releases a New Video Showcasing the Company's Real-World Test Track

CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif., October 11, 2012 – Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company, the industry’s largest manufacturer of refrigerated trailers and a leading manufacturer of dry freight vans, flatbeds, and Tautliner® curtainsided trailers is pleased to announce the release of a new video showcasing the company’s real-world test track.

The test track video features an exclusive interview with Craig Bennett, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing for Utility. “Utility is the only trailer manufacturer with its own test track designed and built by Utility engineers to produce the world’s lightest and strongest trailers,” said Bennett. The video highlights Utility’s real-world test track and provides an inside look at some of the exhaustive testing that Utility conducts with each product it produces.
“For years Utility has been utilizing this test track to ensure that our products and its components adhere to the highest quality possible. When our customers see our test facility, they are impressed and had no idea that we test in this way. Through this video, we are providing an exclusive inside look of what we do during our testing process,” said Bennett.
Utility’s test track video can be viewed online in Utility’s media gallery located at: https://www.utilitytrailer.com/resources/photos-videos/id/ut-test-track. Utility currently has five other corporate videos available for viewing in the media gallery.

About Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company
Utility Trailer Manufacturing 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® curtainsided 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 double flatbeds as well as the 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. Visit: www.utilitytrailer.com for more information.

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