Curry Supply Teams with Versatran to Present the Retriever

Curry Supply, a renowned commercial vehicle manufacturer, is working with Versatran, a division of Metalcraft of Mayville, to offer customers across the country one of the best products to enter the transport industry in 60 years, the Versatran Retriever.

Martinsburg, PA, United States - September 16, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

Curry Supply is thrilled to work with Versatran to present the Retriever line of industrial carriers, one of the most exciting transport industry developments in recent years. Versatran was acquired by Metalcraft of Mayville in 2019, which broadened the product families already offered by the company and enabled Versatran to establish itself as a world-class industrial transporter manufacturer.

First developed in 2002, the Retriever line provides an innovative method for loading and transporting various types of equipment. The Retriever boasts an air operated curved platform, fast cycle times, idle-free system operation, fantastic hauling capacity, as well as a deck featuring a low center of gravity and the shallowest loading angle in the industry.

What’s more, the Retriever’s nimble design and rapid deck and ramp deployment are bound to increase daily deliveries. Versatran cites Retriever efficiencies improving owner returns by $60K+ per year.

“Every day we work alongside our customers and partners, exploring solutions to drive productivity. We’ve been waiting for something just like the Retriever,” explains Jeff Shaw, vice president of Sales and Marketing at Curry Supply. “Versatran has come to market with an unmatched carrier option. We’re proud to team up and add the Retriever to our national portfolio.”

Dan Nissen, Versatran’s director of Sales, adds: “The Versatran team is excited to partner with Curry Supply to represent our Retriever brand in the marketplace. Our companies share many similarities in terms of our culture, keeping our promises, as well as our core values. We believe this partnership will benefit both of our companies, and we look forward to many years of success in supporting the hauling and transport needs of our customers.”

Curry Supply now offers the Retriever 20T and 15T models across the country. The group will also take part in launching Versatran’s eagerly anticipated non-cdl 6T model early next year. For more information, visit currysupply.com/Retriever or call 800-345-2829.

About Versatran: Located in Watertown, Wisconsin, Versatran, a division of Metalcraft of Mayville, is a company dedicated to designing and manufacturing innovative transporters for industrial and construction equipment. Owing to their vast experience in the industry and strong customer relations, the company has managed to create the unique Retriever design, unrivaled for its safety, durability, efficiency, and eco-friendliness. Visit www.versatran.com to learn more.

About Curry Supply Co: One of the biggest commercial truck manufacturers in the U.S., Curry Supply Co. entered the industry in 1932. The family-owned company ships globally from its locations in Texas, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, and is known for manufacturing some of the best specialized trucks for oil and gas, construction, waste, agriculture, rail, mining, and rental. Visit www.currysupply.com to learn more.

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Name: Anne Sutton
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Organization: Curry Supply & Co
Address: 1624 Curryville Road Martinsburg, PA 16662
Phone: 800-345-2829
Website: http://www.currysupply.com/

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