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Load King launches Voyager Series mechanics truck bodies

Load King, a subsidiary of Custom Truck One Source, recently launched its new Voyager Series, a vocational collection of mechanics bodies designed to serve an array of heavy equipment industries.

Within the new series, Load King will offer three primary models: The Voyager I mechanics body, an Under-CDL model, the Voyager II mechanics body, and the Voyager P propane service body built for propane marketers.

“Since joining Custom Truck in 2015, we’ve deliberately expanded Load King’s product offering outside of trailers, to further position the company as the only single-source equipment provider in the industry,” said Ben Link, Load King’s executive vice president of production and supply chain.

“By leveraging Custom Truck’s leadership in the vocational realm and its proximity to operators, and merging Load King’s manufacturing expertise and innovative design, we are able to efficiently penetrate and influence the equipment markets, with superior offerings.”

Load King said it expects all Voyager models to surpass the competition in payload capacity and quality, while maintaining a competitive price point.

The Voyager I and Voyager II mechanics bodies feature a modular control system with push-button control panel and LCD diagnostic monitor, CTECH drawer sets, a custom-designed cab guard, a compartment and bed storage, corrosion protection through Load King’s full lining coverage and chrome-plated handles, and “unmatched” visibility and lighting. Both bodies are available with optional rail gear.

The Voyager P propane service body will feature a tri-axis sensor to stay level and Rumber bed floor for no-slip bed access, with a removable pipe vice attachment and aluminum side rails.

“We brought several lines in-house in order to meet the needs of our customers,” said Fred Ross, chief executive officer for Custom Truck. “The vocational collection paired well with Load King’s iconic trailer portfolio and strong reputation for quality manufacturing.”

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