Premier Manufacturing made quite the impression at the Technology & Maintenance Council’s annual meeting and exhibition.
OWATONNA, Minn. – High Bar Brands, the parent company of Minimizer and Premier Manufacturing, has added to its outside sales talent to manage growth in key territories
Giving Drivers the Confidence They Need to Move Forward
When a driver needs to connect multiple trailers or pull a trailer over difficult terrain, what hitch option is the best choice? Does it matter what weight is being transported?
Hauling a single trailer around can be a pain when your trailer jack fails and isn’t cut out for the job.
It’s no fun cranking on an old, rusted jack, wasting valuable time and energy. Or maybe you had one fail on you, leaving you cursing at the sky while your trailer is out of commission.
When you see a big rig on the road, what exactly are you looking at? Why do truck drivers and mechanics sometimes say tractor instead of 18 wheeler or truck? And what’s the difference?
While there seems to be little difference between them, the truth is they all have specific meanings that matter more than most people think. For instance, a truck can be simply defined as:
Minimizer and Premier Manufacturing are increasing their marketing efforts in Canada and Latin America with the release of a trilingual marketing campaign.
In this new sales resource optimization, Derek Quys has been named Director of Sales, while Greg Renberg will serve as Director of National Accounts.
Effective January 2020, Minimizer and Premier Manufacturing are combining to fast-track their growth strategy to expand product lines and support the rapid expansion of the two companies.
This Safety Bulletin provides important information in order to maintain safe trailer towing operations. It specifically addresses improper practices which causes damage to products and may lead to accidents, due to abuse and/or poor maintenance practices.
As we enter summer, it’s a great opportunity to easily address some Preventative Maintenance (PM ) on couplings and drawbar eyes, in your operation . . .