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Kalyn Siebert partners with Midco Sales in southwestern US

Heavy-duty trailer manufacturer Kalyn Siebert recently formed a new partnership with Midco Sales, a full-service trailer dealer for the over-the-road, aggregate, construction, equipment, and light- and medium-duty transport markets.

The company said the partnership will help deliver its specialized trailers to customers throughout the southwestern US.

“The team at Midco brings decades of trucking experience, which made them an ideal choice to represent Kalyn Siebert products,” said Jake Radish, president of Kalyn Siebert. “This new partnership aligns perfectly with our growth strategy to offer our line of specialized trailer products to even more customers.”

Founded in 2012, Midco maintains a full inventory of new and used trailers. It serves customers in the Phoenix metro area and the southwestern US from its headquarters in Chandler AZ. Midco opened a new service facility in 2016 to accommodate its growing truck and trailer repair and maintenance business.

This addition includes a retail parts store and more than 20,000 square feet of service bays.

“Adding Kalyn Siebert to our trailer line allows us to offer a broad selection of heavy-haul trailers to our customers,” said Mark Otto, owner of Midco Sales. “The VersaMAXX is one model in particular we are excited to promote.

“Our customers are asking for bus/RV recovery trailers, and the VersaMAXX will fill that void in our trailer lineup.”

Midco is expecting to fulfill many of its custom lowboy orders with Kalyn Siebert products, according to Kalyn Siebert.

“Our customers with larger heavy-haul jobs have specific needs that usually aren’t met by standard stock trailers,” Otto said. “We will call upon Kalyn Siebert’s expertise in trailer design to build the perfect product for these customers.”

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