The subsidiary, Hale Heavy Haul, is the official US partner of Faymonville and Cometto, adding these brands to their already impressive trailer inventory. Within this structure, trailers from Faymonville and Cometto serve Hale customers’ specialized heavy haul needs.
Speaking about the philosophy behind the continued evolution of Hale Trailer, President, Barry Hale Jr. said, “We do business the right way. More than 40 years of experience and dedication to the industry has truly separated us from the competition.”
Over the years, Hale has become true professionals in the heavy haul field. Their “fourlegged stool” philosophy of sales, service, parts and rentals, which has always played a huge role at Hale Trailer, is also being applied successfully to the heavy haul sector. Additionally, Hale is proud to be able to offer assistance in securing financing for your purchase providing access to a variety of transportation lenders.
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From their specialized technical knowledge to a close customer follow-up, Hale Trailer is unparalleled when it comes to providing a complete trailer lifecycle resource for their customers. The company is constantly growing and expanding to meet the ever increasing customer inventory demand.
Another new venture for Hale is specialized tank service and repair. Working out of Allentown, Pennsylvania, Hale Tank Services is under construction and highlights the company’s grand ambitions. Since 2014, Hale Trailer has been part of the Faymonville family. “We felt an instant connection, both in terms of products and philosophy,‘‘ remembers Hale salesman Marc Staley.
“Faymonville shares the same values and goals with Hale Heavy Haul. The aim was to bring both brands collective knowledge and skill sets together to assure the best service package for our customers.”
The manufacturer brought new technologies to the North American transport market and Hale has the power to implement them. “There is a need for innovative trailer designs that comply with the strict gross weight and axle weight laws here in the States,” said Marc Staley.
“These are absolutely high-tech solutions, easy to use and with the lowest mobilization costs.”