Wells Cargo pioneered the enclosed trailer industry over 50 years ago. State-of-the-art takes on a whole new meaning when you compare the first trailer we built in 1954 with our product line today. Old “No. 1” looked pretty good then, but we’ve since come a long, long way. Experience has made the difference and ours is unmatched. Our Research & Development facilities keep us the frontrunners of the industry.
We think you’ll agree that Wells Cargo has earned our long standing reputation as the premium cargo trailer on the market and the best overall investment.
Visit Wells Cargo website for more information: www.wellscargo.com/
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Stehl Tow Model:
The Stehl Tow Model ST80TD will haul small, medium and large cars, trucks and vans. Our fenders are steel with 3 steel support braces. We use a factory molded, plug together wiring harness. We use a powder-coated paint that is the most durable finish on the market.
For more information, visit the Stehl Tow Dollies website at: www.stehltow.com/
Aluma trailers are light weight, strong, rust-free and offer years of worry-free use. With over 60 models of open utility and enclosed cargo trailers to choose from, you're sure to find a perfect trailer for any need!
We are proud to offer a 5-year warranty on most of our models, the best warranty in the industry!
For mor information, visit Aluma's website at: www.alumaklm.com
Cross Country Manufacturing, Inc. has been manufacturing quality equipment trailers, landscape trailers and utility trailers since 1981. We make a wide variety of flatbed trailers, ranging from small utility trailers to 20 ton heavy equipment trailers. They include trailers designed for hauling landscaping equipment, skid steers, a variety of heavy equipment, snowmobiles, motorcycles, cars, scissor lifts and rollers. Our trailers are available in tilting designs or with ramps.
We adhere to all Federal regulations regarding trailer manufacturing and our trailers are "road ready" when delivered.
For more information, visit Cross County's website at: www.crosscountrymfg.com