Training & Development | Mobile Classroom is on Tour

Training & Development | Mobile Classroom is on Tour

Utility Trailer dealers throughout the U.S., Mexico, and Canada are being certified for all levels of maintenance and repair for Cargobull TRUs, UTILITY TrailerConnect telematics, and R-452A refrigerant. Utility’s mobile classroom and experienced training staff offer monthly informative and hands-on sessions at different Utility dealer locations.

A 38-foot Tautliner® curtainsided trailer serves as Utility’s classroom on wheels for ULETRU technician education and comprehensive training. The trailer features both the 625 and 655MT Hybrid TRUs on a turntable that allows 360-degree views of each unit.

Utility Trailer dealers in Fontana, CA. Salt Lake City, UT, Phoenix, AZ, and Chicago, IL, have already hosted illuminating training sessions. The mobile classroom has upcoming sessions in St. Louis, MO, and Atlanta, GA, with announcements for additional locations coming soon.

“We’ve had a tremendous amount of participation from dealers and customers in our comprehensive training sessions. Attendees are able to gain knowledge and technical training on the TRUs so they’ll be able to fully service the units as more and more begin to hit our roads,” said Markus Dechering, CBNA Director of Engineering. In addition to the mobile classroom training, Utility Trailer is excited to offer online, virtual training on the UTILITY TrailerConnect telematics system. This six-week course extensively covers the platform’s main dashboard, basic features, reporting capabilities, remote settings, cloud services, and more. Simon Mols, CBNA Director of Telematics Operations added, “I’ve been conducting a series of online training sessions on the UTILITY TrailerConnect telematics system, which is integrated with the CBNA TRUs and available as a standalone for other trailer models. Being able to showcase and demo the features and capabilities of the telematics’ dashboard and reporting provides great insight into how impactful the data can be for any fleet.”

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