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Rogers Brothers

The Rogers Bros. Corporation is in its 114 year of manufacturing trailers. Today, company president, Jay Kulyk, is a 4th generation member of the Rogers family. The company was founded in 1905 at Albion, Pa., by his maternal great-grandfather, Louis Rogers with two brothers, Charles and Hugh.

Moving a heavy object or piece of equipment from one place to another involves transporting that object in some manner, whether it be human strength, animal power or in most instances — trailers. There are as many types of trailers available as there are jobs that need items hauled.

Leonard Truck & Trailer Inc. in North Jackson, Ohio, is now an authorized distributor of Rogers Brothers Trailers. Established in 1963, the family owned and run trailer dealership is celebrating more than 52 years in business. It has more than 700 new and used units in stock, onsite financing and leasing, and comprehensive parts and service departments.

Rogers Brothers Corporation announced the launch of its new and improved Web site, www.rogerstrailers.com. The site was updated in celebration of the company’s 110th anniversary and is designed to help customers make well-informed decisions in the purchase of a trailer that will best meet their hauling needs.

In a ceremony on June 29, Congressman Mike Kelly (PA-03) presented Rogers Brothers Corporation with the U.S. Commercial Service’s Export Achievement Award. The event took place at the Rogers Brothers factory in Albion, Pa. The Export Achievement Award recognizes U.S.

In order to ensure uninterrupted electric service to customers, utility companies must have backup systems. The fastest and most efficient means of accomplishing this is a mobile substation. When Unitil Energy Systems in New Hampshire needed a new mobile substation it discovered that buying the unit would cost between $1.5 and $2.5 million with up to a two-year delivery.

Rogers Brothers Corporation, a manufacturer of detachable and fixed gooseneck lowbeds and tag-along trailers, announced its contract award in the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules program. The GSA is an agency of the U.S. Government whose purpose is to develop cost-minimizing policies and buyer’s contracts for all government agencies.

Michael G. Flynn has been appointed Rogers Brothers Corporation’s regional sales manager for New York and New England. In this position, Flynn will work at all aspects of sales management, including product education, sales training, customer service and selling trailers.

Rogers Brothers Corporation recently was commissioned to design a trailer that would solve the special problems encountered in hauling steel coils between processing areas of a steel mill. The trailer needed interchangeable beds to accommodate two different sizes of hot coils and needed to withstand use during three daily shifts, seven days a week.

Rogers Brothers Corporation’s 55-ton (50 t) capacity Ultima trailer features a 25-in. (7.6 m) deck length, a 98-in. (249 cm) gooseneck swing clearance and a 20-in. (51 cm) loaded deck height. Cambered main beams reduce the trailer’s tare weight while maintaining the strength and durability.

Rogers Brothers Corporation has announced that Reliable Trailer Systems Inc. is now the authorized distributor for Rogers trailers in central Indiana and southern Illinois. It will offer the full line of Rogers trailers including the Ultima Series, a line of lightweight, non-ground engaging detachable gooseneck trailers featuring Rogers NoFoot Croucher gooseneck; plus an array of fixed gooseneck, tag-along and specialized trailers.