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Great Dane introduces refrigerated trailer

LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Great Dane unveiled its newest refrigerated trailer, the Super LT, at the Mid-America Trucking S...


LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Great Dane unveiled its newest refrigerated trailer, the Super LT, at the Mid-America Trucking Show.

Drawing from the strengths of the Classic and the durability and light weight of the SuperSeal, Great Dane’s Super LT refrigerated trailer will serve the truckload market in the Eastern U.S. and Canada.

Manufactured in Great Dane’s Brazil, Ind., and Savannah, Ga., plants, the Super LT offers a geographic advantage for distribution to these areas by lowering freight costs.

While available with options, the Super LT comes with popular specifications for customers needing readily available solutions. The Super LT will be available at all branch and dealer locations and more than 1,000 have already been ordered.

The Super LT is available in 48 and 53 feet lengths with a 102-inch width and features an extruded aluminum scuffband as standard in 10 inches, with 16 and 22 inches available as an option. The Super LT show trailer is constructed with PunctureGuard Plus, an interior lining that is incredibly resilient and the only material of its kind designed from conception specifically for the trailer industry by the trailer industry.

"The demand for lighter weight, longer life trailers was the driving force in the development of the Super LT," said Chris Adkins, senior vice president of sales & marketing. "This new trailer meets those demands without sacrificing the traditional strength and durability of a Great Dane. We combined our most popular specs with a select number of options at a competitive price, which makes the Super LT the product of choice for the long-haul truckload carrier."

For more details, visit www.greatdanetrailers.com


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