USLCO will improve reefer trailer scuff

April 9, 2014
US Liner Company (USLCO), provider of engineered reinforced composite materials, announced it will be transitioning in May 2014 to an improved refrigerated trailer scuff.

US Liner Company (USLCO), provider of engineered reinforced composite materials, announced it will be transitioning in May 2014 to an improved refrigerated trailer scuff.
“We are always listening to customer feedback and responding,” said Jeff Meek, vice-president of sales and marketing for USLCO.
The new USLCO reefer scuff layup will feature a cargo-facing layer of woven Bulitex for improved impact resistance and abrasion resistance, as well as utilizing the same stain-resistant surface film found on the walls, for improved cosmetics and easier cleanability.
Michael LaRocco, president  and chief executive officer of USLCO, said, “Customers will not have to make any changes as the part numbers will remain the same. The best news is this product improvement will be provided at no additional charge.”
Headquartered near Pittsburgh PA, USLCO is a division of American Made LLC, which was founded in 1983. Since 1998, the company has been a supplier of composite materials used in the truck/trailer market and supports a range of applications in automotive, RV, rail, and intermodal transportation; building products; and military markets.
To find out more, access www.uslco.com.

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