Transport firms providing a great freight quote for customers that need cargo transported to destination on time and budget have a new low-cost trailer skirt from Laydon designed for fast installation and costing about 40 percent less than previous Laydon Economy Trailer Fairings, according to the company. News that could definitely save a transport company money, if true, but something that will have to be verified by the drivers out on the transport roads and highways of the United States of America taking cargo to destination on time and budget.
Called the Hybrid TrailerSkirt, a pair can be installed on a 53-foot shipping trailer by two men in about an hour, according to Laydon, and have been engineered and designed for fleets that want performance at a reasonable price. The engineers also designed an injection-molded clamp and strut to help keep the skirt in place in all environments and temperature ranges possible in North America. The clamp apparently attaches to a trailers cross members to form mounting points for the skirt panels and supporting struts.
Transport trucking firms that want to have a look at this new low-cost trailer skirt from Laydon should probably hurry because Laydon officials believe this new product is going to be popular and you might have trouble finding a pair if you wait to long. The company also believes the trailer skirt retrofit market potential of this new product could be even greater than new trailer sales.
We’ll have to wait for the first reviews of this new product before we can really comment, but hopefully this new low-cost trailer skirt from Laydon is as good as the company believes.