In addition to its high cubic capacity and productivity, the 4000D-X offers aerodynamic enhancements, low rolling resistance tires and overall weight reduction that enabled it to be the first trailer to qualify under the specifications of the EPA's SmartWay Partnership.
"We have a well-established reputation of providing durable trailers and the 4000D-X reflects our dedication to providing solidly engineered products," said Craig Bennett, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Utility Trailer. "And as the industry's first qualifying dry van to be certified as a SmartWay trailer we expect production at Paragould to continue at a brisk pace."
Utility Trailer isthe industry's third largest manufacturer of dry freight vans and a leading manufacturer of reefers, flatbeds, and Tautliner curtainsided trailers. For more information, visit www.utilitytrailer.com.