Rogers Launches Web Site to Celebrate 110th Anniversary

The Web site is designed to be compatible with today’s browsers and mobile devices.

Tue July 28, 2015 - Northeast Edition
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Rogers Brothers Corporation’s improved Web site is compatible with today’s browsers and mobile devices.
Rogers Brothers Corporation’s improved Web site is compatible with today’s browsers and mobile devices.

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.

The customer can quickly and easily view many examples of production and custom-designed trailers. A single click on the trailer photos displays a page with extensive information on that trailer, including: capacity and use, deck dimensions and style, suspension, tires, brakes, etc. The user can quickly navigate, from the homepage, to any of the three main divisions of Rogers trailers — Construction, Dedicated and Mining — to view previously built trailers. A link to standard and optional equipment is available to assist in planning the trailer that will meet any hauling challenge.

The Web site is designed to be compatible with today’s browsers and mobile devices.

The Contact drop-down menu includes a link to Rogers dealers, YouTube videos, Facebook page, press releases, a glossary, Rogers information, history of Rogers and a link to request a quote. Current owners of Rogers trailers are encouraged to post pictures of their trailers to share with visitors to Rogers Facebook page.




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