Utah trailer facility hits milestone
Utility Trailer Manufacturing Company has exceeded another production milestone by manufacturing over 250,000 refrigerated vans in Utah.
Utility opened its first Clearfield, Utah, plant at Freeport Center in 1965, where it manufactured the 2000R reefer as well as other trailer products.
“I have been with the Clearfield plant for nearly 40 years, and I know that achieving this success requires a team effort,” says Todd Smith, Utility’s Clearfield Plant Manager. “With increasing demand and moving to two shifts, this achievement was attained while being recognized both for being the safest trailer manufacturing plant in the industry by Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association (TTMA) and building the highest quality reefer in the world.”
Utility hits production milestone
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The 250,000th reefer was purchased by Navajo Express, a family owned and operated trucking company based out of Denver, Colorado. The 250,000th reefer was presented to Don Digby Jr. on March 16, 2017.
“It is an honor to have Navajo be the recipient of this trailer,” says Smith. “The Digby family have been leaders and innovators in the transportation industry for over 70 years