Rogers Brothers Becomes GSA Schedule Contractor

Fri July 17, 2009 - National Edition
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Rogers Brothers announced its contract award in the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules program. Rogers will have three trailer models listed with GSA.
Rogers Brothers announced its contract award in the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules program. Rogers will have three trailer models listed with GSA.



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. The GSA Schedules have a large variety of products, at pre-negotiated prices, from select government-approved companies.

Rogers will have three trailer models listed with GSA. Mark Kulyk, president of Rogers Brothers Corporation, attributes its appointment as a GSA contractor to the company’s commitment to manufacture the best trailers available.

However, customers in construction, transportation, oil, gas, steel, mining, utility and heavy-hauling will continue to have the opportunity to choose any trailer model from Rogers’ seven Trailer Series.

• Ultima Series — available in 35-, 50-, 55- and 60-ton (31.7, 45, 50 and 54 t) capacity models.

• Century Series — available in 35- and 50-ton capacity models. The Century Series is a no-frills group of detachable gooseneck lowboys. These models offer hassle-free hauling for a wide variety of loads.

• Blacktop Series — available in 35- and 50-ton “Gentle Riser” and 35-ton “Sloper” models. These trailers have simplified loading for the paving contractor.

• Fixed Gooseneck Series — available in 25- (22.7 t) and 35-ton capacity models. These trailers offer enhanced ground clearance with longer decks to haul a wide variety of equipment.

• Tag-Along Series — available in 20-, 21- and 25-ton (18, 19 and 22.7 t) capacity models. The construction of these tag-alongs provide dependable hauling for smaller equipment.

• Oil Field Series — available in a 40-ton (36 t) capacity model. The field-tested design of Rogers newest trailer stands up to the rugged work encountered in oil and natural gas exploration.

• Specialized Series — available from 25- to 150-ton (22.7 to 136 t) capacities. By designing to individual customer specifications, Rogers can manufacture a trailer to accommodate exceptionally long, wide, high or heavy loads while meeting stringent government transportation regulations.

For more information, call 800/441-9880 or visit www.rogerstrailers.com.