Great Western Leasing and Sales acquired Trinity Trailer Sales & Services and Trinity Trailer Rental. Trinity Trailer, based in Dallas, is a full-service trailer dealership providing new and used equipment sales and rentals as well as a repair, maintenance and parts solutions. In addition, Trinity Trailer owns and operates a an open deck, heavy-haul, specialized, dump and grain hopper trailer rental fleet. Trinity Trailer distributes equipment for a broad range of manufacturers including Trail King Industries, Timpte, Manac Trailer USA and Trinity Eagle Bridge.
“We have been looking for an opportunity to enter the growing Dallas market and expand our overall presence in Texas. Trinity’s long-standing position as a top tier dealership in this market makes it a natural fit for us,” said Sean Norton, founder and CEO of Great Western Leasing. “With Trinity now a part of our network we can offer customers sales, rental and repair solutions for grain hopper, walking floor and belt trailers.”
“Charlie Stokes and my father Tom founded Trinity Trailer 42 years ago and we have been serving the Dallas market ever since,” said Craig Anderson, Trinity Trailer’s owner. “I believe Great Western will be a perfect partner for our employees and customers going forward.”
“GWL continues to expand its network of locations which we believe enables us to provide a stronger suite of solutions to our customers,” said Seth Wilson, a managing partner of Headhaul Capital and the vice chairman of Great Western Leasing. “We are excited about the prospects for the trailer industry and are looking forward to continuing to work with management to develop and grow GWL.”
In addition, Great Western Leasing became the official Transcraft dealer in the Dallas market and will begin distributing the manufacturer’s flatbed and drop deck trailers to local customers.
Great Western Leasing and Sales is based in Irvine, CA and is a full-service, integrated solutions provider to the flatbed and specialized trailer industry.
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