CITY OF INDUSTRY, Calif., September 12, 2017 – 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 invites visitors to explore its newly redesigned website: ut16.wpengine.com.
“When designing and developing our new website, we focused on creating a navigational structure that is more intuitive,” said Larry Roland, Director of Marketing for Utility Trailer Manufacturing Co. “We also opted for a simple and modern design that best articulates the Utility brand. For the new site, we developed visually engaging content that is communicated in a storytelling format, and we leveraged the latest web technologies to maximize its performance on any type of device.”
“For over 100 years we have been committed to building the highest quality trailers in the industry and giving our customers the tools they need to make a good decision,” said Craig Bennett, Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing for Utility. “Our updated website provides the resources to help a visitor understand our brand strengths. It offers quick and easy access to relevant product information and content that we are confident will be of value to our customers. We’re pleased with the new website and believe it provides users with a meaningful and informative way to learn more about our trailers, products and solutions.”
To learn more and explore Utility’s new website, visit: ut16.wpengine.com.
About Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company
Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company 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 aerodynamic 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® series and 4000D® dry vans are manufactured at the Glade Spring, Virginia and Paragould, Arkansas plants. The 4000AE™, 4000S®, and drop deck 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: ut16.wpengine.com for more information.