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New Designs Allow Heavy Haulers to Easily Maximize Loads with Optimum Versatility

(Gatesville, TX) – Premium heavy-duty trailer manufacturer Kalyn Siebert was a major presence at the Great American Truck Show (GATS) this year. With the introduction of the low-profile Phoenix hydraulic sliding axle trailer and a new scraper neck option for the commercial and extreme hydraulic removable gooseneck (HRG) trailer, along with the popular AltraLite lightweight steel end-dump trailer also on display, Kalyn Siebert proudly demonstrated their commitment to helping the heavy haul industry maximize payloads with optimum versatility.

The new low-profile Phoenix Hydraulic Sliding Axle has been engineered with load maximization in mind and is geared toward all segments of the hauling industry, including construction, transportation, agriculture, and towing. The trailer includes a lower deck height, four-beam main frame, increased capacity, a perimeter frame gooseneck pivot, closed cylinder while in travel position, and many more key standard features.

For HRG trailer operators seeking room for additional clearance, Kalyn Siebert introduced a new scraper neck option for their commercial and extreme applications. Designed specifically for construction equipment haulers, this low-profile scraper neck design allows customers to fully utilize all available load space when hauling such low-clearance machinery as scrapers and excavators.

On the GATS show floor, Kalyn Siebert displayed both of these new trailers along with the AltraLite, which the company introduced at GATS in 2013. This lightweight steel end-dump trailer offers the construction industry maximum stability, strength and safety in a cost-effective, heavy-duty package.

“Kalyn Siebert has always set itself apart by looking for the voids in the market – and filling them,” explained Steve Gould, Marketing Manager for Kalyn Siebert. “We listen to our customers, and we take great pride in delivering solutions that help them perform better. These new models that we’ve launched at GATS highlight our ongoing dedication to the heavy haul industry.”