Posted June 19, 2015

    Landoll Introduces Trailer with New Grote Lighting

    The Landoll Corporation Trailer Division has unveiled the “Next Generation Landoll” (NGL)—one of the 400 Series Traveling Axle Trailers that are the first models with the new hydraulic operating systems and the all-new Grote lighting package.

    The trailers have increased operational speed and the dynamic Grote lighting package that increases visual awareness and driver safety. “We changed every light and harness on the trailer,” said Gary Dwerlkotte, Landoll Sales Coordinator.  “Lighting is all about safety. We kept adding lights until we maximized visual awareness.”

    “We worked closely with Grote engineers to develop this custom built system.  Grote had just released their new micro-nova LED lights and it was just what we were looking for,” stated Loren Wassenberg, Landoll Project Manager. This high-intensity LED light has a 160-degree projection, making it the best choice for the side marker application.  The Clear White lens and a chrome surround were chosen to give the trailer great eye appeal, day or night.

    The new “A” series 440 and 455 will be 2016 year models.  The first arrivals to dealerships are set for July.  Public showings will be available at several association shows and dealer events in upcoming months.

    Posted June 19, 2015

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