TransMaster and TransWorld announce strategic partnership

By D.Ann Shiffler02 November 2021

The two companies will introduce each other’s customers to its respective product offerings.

TransMaster Trailers and TransWorld Manufacturing Company have announced a strategic partnership to introduce each other’s products to its respective markets and customers.

Based in Carlisle, PA, TransMaster Trailers designs, engineers and manufactures several types of trailers. Based in Las Vegas, NV, TransWorld Manufacturing produces boom dollies, custom lifting devices and specialized trailers for the heavy-lift and haul industry.

The goal of this relationship is to introduce a strong presence of TransWorld’s crane related products to the east coast of the United States and giv

TransWorld Manufacturing is known for its boom dolly designs.

e an improved representation of TransMaster Trailers on the West Coast by providing a sales and service facility in the Las Vegas, Nevada area, according to a news release about the announcement.

“TransWorld has been searching for a production partner for some time now,” said Crystal Dieleman, president of TransWorld. “We’re expanding our product line to much larger offerings so we need the ability to scale up quickly, TransMaster has the expertise, tooling and atten

TransMaster produces all sorts of trailers, including heavy haulers.

tion to detail we’ve been looking for.”

Donny Reed, president of TransMaster Trailers, is excited about the new alliance.

“TransMaster has expanded their manufacturing facility giving us the ability to meet customer demand,” he said. “We believe TransWorld has a great product line, and we look forward to being a part of bringing that product to customers nationwide.”

Both companies are dedicated to designing innovative hauling solutions, manufacturing high-quality products that are robust and reliable, and providing continued, industry-leading customer support, the news release said.

“With this partnership, customers will continue to enjoy the best long-term value attainable,” according to Dieleman and Reed. “The cornerstone of the alliance is to design, manufacture and service products with an absolute dedication to ongoing customer satisfaction. Both TransMaster and TransWorld are innovative companies, poised for growth over the next several years. The opportunity to coordinate and collaborate will only enhance future product offerings and technology. At the end of the day, the customer will benefit from increased capacity, streamlined production and an overall better value.”

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