Trucks keep America moving, literally, and that takes a variety of trailers to move the different goods in and around Minot, ND. When you are ready to add to your fleet of trailers or upgrade to a newer trailer, stop by Johnsen Trailer Sales to find your next trailer. Whether you are looking for new or used trailers, we have what you need. From lowboy trailers to haul heavy equipment to livestock trailers for moving steer, hogs, and other animals, to grain hopper trailers to move corn and other grains from the farm to storage or processor, we have the right trailers that are ready to go. Contact our team today to discuss your trailer sales needs.
Livestock Trailers and Dry Van Trailers in Minot, ND
North Dakota has numerous ranches, and those animals need to be transported from one location to another. Livestock trailers these days have a multitude of features that are designed to minimize the potential trauma caused by close quarters and a different environment for the animals, including air vents that help to force fresh air through the trailer, ceiling vents to use when the temperatures rise, and easy loading ramps.
Hauling products of varying sizes from warehouses and other facilities to retail markets and manufacturers requires that a dry van trailer be used. These trailers provide a safe and dry environment to store and haul these products where ever they need to go. Our dry van trailers are ready to work for many years and many miles.
Grain Hopper Trailers and Flat Bed Trailers in Minot, North Dakota
Along with the ranches in and around Minot, ND are the large farms that produce a great amount of the grain and other food stuffs that this country need. However, once the farmer harvests the grain, that needs to be brought to production facilities or storage facilities. Grain hopper trailers provide the right option for easy loading and unloading. There is also a lot of construction needs, and flat bed trailers as well as lowboy trailers are the perfect answer to haul the heavy equipment that is needed to prep a building site and put up the framework and building.
Johnsen Trailer Sales has grown up alongside Minot, ND. Minot came into existence in 1886, after the railroad laid track through the area. A tent town sprang up overnight, as if by “magic”, giving Minot its first nickname, the Magic City, and in the next five months, the population increased to over 5,000, further bolstering the nickname. When you are ready for replacement trailers or trailers to add to your stable, contact our team to find the right trailers for your needs.