The Composite van resists punctures

Great Dane has introduced a dry freight van, The Composite, designed to resist punctures.

With a full 101" interior width and a standard 0.30" panel thickness, the composite design meets the highest cube freight needs. Its durability yields increased productivity.

The Composite has been optioned with a three-axle tridem, a commonplace feature on Canadian semitrailers used to boost productivity for higher gross weight requirements, while also providing stability and mobility.

Among The Composite's features are the stainless steel rear frame and bumper for corrosion resistance, as well as composite doors that won't rot or corrode, featuring dual door lock rods for added strength and stiffness.

Four hat-section uprights and two additional corner posts add strength to the front wall while providing square interior corners for maximum cargo loading. Logistic posts recessed at panel connections allow for a flush interior to eliminate damaging snag points while providing vertical logistic slots for cargo securement.

Among its anti-theft features, The Composite also showcases the patented Securecam system for extra load security.

Access www.greatdanetrailers.com to learn more.

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