Featured Trailers from Intermountain Trailer

With over 150 Trailers in stock or arriving soon, we are sure to have what you need, check out our full inventory . We are well-known for our great prices, unbeatable service dept and excellent customer care. Come see us today and you’ll find out why! 2007 GREAT DANE DRY VAN $3,300 SEE DETAILS 1999 GREAT DANE [...]
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The Effects of New Climate Change Initiatives on Nevada’s Trucking Industry

The introduction of a new climate initiative in Nevada is going to mean changes for the trucking industry. Check out some of these changes and their effects on large and small trucking companies in the Silver State. A Push for Change A December 7th, 2020 article in HDT Trucking Info reported on a survey conducted [...]
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Building a Knowledge Base About Composite Trailers

Product and Customer Knowledge In any business that relies on sales, product knowledge is crucial to closing deals; however, to be truly successful in the composite trailer industry, sales professionals need to know more than just the benefits of their products. A seasoned composite trailer sales professional will also have a keen understanding of customer [...]
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Trucking Grabbed Laid-Off Workers in Past Recessions: Will it This Time?

With the arrival of COVID-19, we saw the rapid shutdown of businesses. This has caused our economy to go into recession. During past recessions, many workers in other industries who’d been laid off, made the decision to begin a career as a truck driver. Is the same thing going to happen during this recession? Learn [...]
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After Weeks of Volatility, Spot Rates Have Settled Above Pre-Pandemic Levels

The shutdowns related to the pandemic have had a big effect on the trucking industry. Fortunately, a recent comparison of the spot rate national average recorded in March 2020 and June 2020 revealed encouraging improvements. Take a closer look at these significant changes. Flatbeds Flatbed carriers have an important connection with the manufacturing, construction, and [...]
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Data Driven Safety Engagement in the Trucking Industry

The trucking industry was economically deregulated in 1980. Since then, the rate and the number of fatal truck crashes have both declined drastically. The total number of fatal crashes involving large trucks declined 32%. Fatal crashes per 100 million miles involving large trucks dropped 74%. Trucks now have an overall crash rate that is 29% [...]
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