Recently on their Pecos, TX test track, MVT Solutions conducted fuel economy tests on Utility’s Aerodynamic Side Skirt (USS-120A-4) and the Utility Aerodynamic Tail (UAT).
Utility’s heavy-duty 4000D-X Composite is by design an adaptive platform. With a few intelligent upgrades, it is able to work at peak performance and meet the challenges of the most demanding applications, yet remain light weight.
In February 2016, Utility raised the bar once even further—offering SmartWay options that include low-rolling resistance tires and proven aerodynamic devices such as Utility's USS-120A-4 side skirt. An EPA-designated SmartWay 3000R is rated to use 6% less fuel than the same fuel-saving 3000R without these technologies.
Utility Expands Dry Van Plant in Paragould, Arkansas and Reefer Plant in Marion, Virginia Expansion plans are now complete at Utility’s manufacturing plants in Paragould and Marion. Utility has added…