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The specifications listed are based upon COOP's most commonly rented fleet. They are not the exact measurements of all fleet vehicles rented by COOP. Specifications will vary by make, model, and year of trailer.
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Many trailers are manufactured enclosed so as to protect the contents of the trailer during travel. That said, protecting the contents being transported is not always that important, and sometimes it can be difficult to fit bulky, tall, or large items inside an enclosed trailer. Sometimes referred to as float, high boy trailers, or flat decks, flatbeds are trailers without sides or a ceiling in order to fit larger equipment. A flatbed that’s 16 ft. long weighs approximately 1,600 lbs while a 20 ft. trailer weighs around 2,000 lbs.
Drop Deck Trailers
Sometimes referred to as step-deck trailers, drop deck trailers are similar to flatbeds. The only difference being that drop deck trailers allow the user to drop below the height of a typical flatbed which makes it a great option for hauling haul freight. Drop deck trailers are equipped with a flip axle which helps to improve truck balance and normally are accompanied by two or more axles. Lengths of drop-deck trailers typically range anywhere from 25 ft. to 29 ft.
Grain Hopper Trailers
Grain Hoppers are usually hauled by semi-trailers and are used to haul loads with exceptional weight. They are designed to haul loose bulk commodities or materials such as grains, ballast, coal, or ore over the long distances they need to be transported. Grain hopper trailers come in two varieties, allowing for the user to either have an open or enclosed top with a roof.
Stoughton has been on the market since 1960 and has over 150,000 operating trailers on the road across Canada and the US. The company is known for its production of grain haulers, semi-trailers, chassis, and more. In the year 2017 alone, Stoughton produced 15,600, which makes them an extremely robust and popular producer of trailers, known for their quality and reliability.
Founded in 1989, Hyundai Translead was the first truck manufacturer to earn the ISO 9001 certification. The company produces a wide variety of trucks, including refrigerated van trailers, container chassis, dry van trailers, and domestic containers, all used throughout North America.
Manac has a very broad range of sales presence across multiple regions including the US, Canada, New England, Montreal, and more. This is a testament to the popularity of their product offerings. Manac focuses on 6 different types of dry van trailers including eight-axle dry vans, tandem dry trailers, b-train heated trailers, drop-van trailers, b-train reefers, and quad-axle dry trailers.
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Many trailers, such as flatbeds, have been manufactured specifically for use in hauling heavy automobiles such as cars. Whether car manufacturers shipping new cars to dealerships, used cars being shipped to different car lots, or inoperable cars on their way to a final destination, flatbed trailers are perfect for getting the cars where they need to go.
Businesses devoted to the care and maintenance of their client’s lawns make great use of flatbed trailers and other trailers that can be used to haul their equipment. Whether you need to transport a lawnmower, or other lawn trimming equipment and associated gear, there are many sizes and types of trailers perfect for your individual needs.
Hauling Construction Equipment/Materials
Whether you’re looking to haul machinery used for a construction project, or the materials you’ll need to get the job done, there are many trailer types used by the construction industry. Sometimes used to haul construction vehicles, sometimes used to haul the raw materials such as gravel that is used during construction projects, trailers play an important role in the functionality of construction businesses.
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Another year, another holiday season. The commercial trailer and vehicle rental market is undergoing significant changes this fourth quarter and into the new year. The big question on everyone's mind is whether the historically busy Q4 season will pick up like before. Factors such as technology adoption, rental utilization drops, vehicle availability, and more are top of mind for businesses everywhere. In this blog, we'll briefly explore what to expect and what's been driving the ups and downs of transporting goods and materials throughout 2023. The peak season is critical for businesses grappling with supply chain disruptions and a rapidly shifting competitive landscape. Read our complete guide to learn expert tips and best practices for optimizing fleet needs and discovering valuable rental solutions to meet these challenges head-on.
Discover the top KPIs that every business should be tracking for optimal fleet use. From on-time delivery rates to transportation cost per unit, this blog post covers it all. Read on for insights and a handy checklist to improve your logistics operations.
At COOP, we're committed to enhancing your experience to make renting and listing vehicles more efficient and user-friendly. That's why we are excited to introduce two new features that will take your vehicle rental experience to the next level. Request to Upload Multiple Vehicles and Smart Rate Search Filter.
Did you know that, on average, U.S. consumers say they have 47% finished placing orders for their holiday shopping by Black Friday and Cyber Monday? That means almost half of the people making purchases in the fourth quarter search online and offline from the crack of dawn for doorbuster deals before we reach December. As two of the biggest shopping days of the year for most retailers, it's important to explore the significant impact these days have on commercial vehicle demand.