Vertically Integrated For Optimum Quality Assurance
has facilities dedicated to the manufacture of conventional and intermodal transportation equipment. They all have incorporated vertical integration wherever possible to enhance the entire manufacturing operation. This provides us with the opportunity to optimize our quality assurance procedures and improve component inventory control.
Our corporate headquarters and trailer manufacturing facility are located in Stoughton, Wisconsin, along with our after market parts distribution center. The 680,000 sq. ft. Stoughton plant houses all of the component manufacturing operations for rear door frames, ladder assemblies and upper coupler assemblies. From fabrication of subassemblies to final assembly of all Stoughton dry vans, this facility has the capacity to produce in excess of 20,000 finished units per year.The 45,000 sq. ft. Stoughton Parts facility is dedicated to supporting our network of Stoughton Trailers dealers, independent repair shops and fleet customers throughout North America.
At a production rate exceeding one container every 40 minutes, the 300,000 sq. ft. Stoughton Trailers container facility is one of the most modern and automated facilities in North America for the manufacture of containers and container chassis.
This state-of-the-art 262,000 sq. ft. facility is Stoughton's newest plant designed for high volume fleet sales. The facility has incorporated Stoughton's latest production technology for high volume van assembly. It is capable of handling all trailer fabrications using the latest equipment and techniques. Virtually all components are manufactured and assembled in-house to assure the highest level of quality and control. Major trailer components are welded by robot for high, consistent production. All our facilities incorporate the latest process equipment for premier, long-life painting of steel components. All components are grit blasted prior to painting. The painting process employs semi-automated electrostatic spray for both prime and top coat with oven cure.
Stoughton Trailers Acceptance Company, LLC
Born of our commitment to support our dealer network and our focus on meeting the varying needs of our customers, Stoughton Trailers Acceptance Company (STAC) was founded. STAC provides a full range of custom leasing programs for all Stoughton customers. Our STAC programs are just one more example of how Stoughton Trailers is leading the industry with innovative solutions for today's fleet operations.
All The Attention To Details Add Up To Greater Value
Our goal is simple: We want to make our customer's trailers more productive, longer lasting and lower maintenance. From start to finish, Stoughton focuses on the details. That's why Stoughton has earned the reputation for delivering high-quality, long lasting trailers and intermodal products that effectively lower your operating costs.
Committed To Lowering The Cost Of Trailer Ownership
The pressure to keep a fleet profitable is intense. Increased competition, federal regulation and the ever-changing nature of the freight delivery business continues to challenge even the most efficiently run organization. So, most of your buying decisions come down to a simple proposition, how can you reduce the cost of equipment ownership?
When it comes to dry freight vans, platforms or intermodal containers and chassis, the tendency is to assume that because they all tend to look alike, they are essentially the same. But when you take a closer look, there are major differences from one trailer to another. These differences are primarily in the many design and manufacturing details that, when added together, make Stoughton trailers, and Stoughton intermodal containers and chassis the highest quality, most durable products available. These details will significantly lower your cost of ownership.
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Our experience in the market, combined with thousands of satisfied fleet and owner/operator customers, has given us a unique perspective on the design, engineering and manufacture of trailers, containers and chassis to meet the demands of today's transportation industry.
Once we understand your specific requirements and any unique cube or weight specifications, our design engineers will design a unit to meet your specific needs.
Our knowledge of the way trailers, containers and chassis are designed and our attention to details helps us to overcome the inherent problem areas and shortcomings common to many of today's trailers.