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Raydans Eastern operation hits the mark

EDMONTON, Alta. -- Raydan Manufacturing has reported Raydan Manufacturing Ontario has achieved National Safety Mark...


EDMONTON, Alta. — Raydan Manufacturing has reported Raydan Manufacturing Ontario has achieved National Safety Mark registration with Transport Canada.

As listed on Transport Canada’s Web site, Raydan Manufacturing Ontario, a division of Raydan Manufacturing, is registered for Final Stage-body and equipment, Final Stage-GAWR/GVWR increase, Final Stage-wheelbase alterations, Intermediate Stage-body and equipment and Intermediate Stage-GAWR/GVWR increase.

“We are pleased to have achieved NSM registration,” commented Brian Ahrens, director of operations for Raydan Manufacturing Ontario. “Under our Sturdy Truck Body division, we are now one of a very small, select group recognized by Transport Canada, offering design, manufacturing, and body installation with an added axle from a single location.”

Raydan Manufacturing, based in Edmonton, develops and produces specialized suspension and coupling systems for trucks, trailers and heavy equipment, as well as a chassis modifications center and a military service facility. Established in 1992, Raydan exports its products to end-users and OEM’s in the heavy-duty truck, crane, fire/rescue and other severe use sectors around the world.

“Raydan Ontario’s NSM registration strengthens our position in the marketplace,” stated Ray English, president and CEO of Raydan. “Ontario has the largest concentration of Class 8 vocational trucks in Canada and Raydan is now prepared to meet their modification demands. Raydan’s focus has been the vocational truck marketplace for a number of years and we are excited to be in the epicenter of the industry.”


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