With QuickLoadz, you cut the fuel cost, not the performance.
Every QuickLoadz trailer is now all-electric.
Other companies charge extra for battery-electric power, but QuickLoadz is offering it for free on all new trailers. The 38 HP gas engine is now a 20-kilowatt 72V electric motor with a 200-amp lithium-ion battery.
Cheaper to operate
Even easier to use
Quiet to run
All of these benefits for free — and you never have to buy fuel again — when you order a new QuickLoadz.
Invest in the company that can complete the new world of freight.
With just $150, you can become an investor in QuickLoadz, the new technology that can speed up freight all over the country. From shipping ports to distribution centers to container yards, everyone needs containers moved faster than ever.
When we first started making trailers, we used the same connectors everyone in the trailer business used. And if you know trailers, after a couple years, you have electrical failures.
Now, we use the best Deutsch connectors we can buy.
Most lights are not only connected to the harness ground, but they also have a separate ground wire. This means there would need to be over twice as many failures on a QuickLoadz to get the same intermittent light flickering problems that are so common to other trailers.
The extra grounding means we run extra wires; the “best we can buy” connectors add cost to our wiring harness; but that is part of the formula for QuickLoadz reliability.
The oldest QuickLoadz is now three years older than the seven-year standard life of a trailer. Ten years and counting…
Athens, Ohio—QuickLoadz Intermodal Robotics was excited and honored Nov. 9 to host correspondent Jeff Flock and his Fox Business Network crew for a series of live reports on the role the company’s products can play in solving the nation’s supply chain woes.
Three reports aired that day from the QuickLoadz manufacturing site in Athens, Ohio, during the Stuart Varney, Neil Cavuto, and Liz Claman programs. In each, the patented QuickLoadz system of easily loading and unloading sea shipping containers was demonstrated on live television by company CEO and inventor Sean Jones. In one, the truck-mounted bed version for handling 20-foot containers was highlighted, while the others focused on the QuickLoadz chassis for over-road hauling of 40-foot containers.
Correspondent Flock accented the easy-to-use smartphone application that enables the driver to pick up the container, lock it in place, unlock it, and deposit it on the ground, all without the use of any further equipment and without leaving the cab of the truck. The reports pointed to the potential role of the QuickLoadz system in making shipment from port to final destination easier, thereby streamlining the supply chain.
Said Flock at the close of the final report, “All made in the USA. Solving a problem right here at home.”
About QuickLoadz Intermodal Robotics
QuickLoadz builds computer controlled, Wi-Fi-enabled truck beds and trailers to allow a driver to move loaded sea shipping containers in three minutes without leaving their seat in the truck cab.
Ninety percent of the world’s freight travels in sea shipping containers. This system is called intermodal freight and is the basis for world trade, a 9.6-trillion-dollar market. QuickLoadz allows any container to be moved anywhere without need for additional infrastructure such as loading docks, warehouses and cranes. QuickLoadz opens up the world of intermodal freight in a way never before possible.
QuickLoadz is the last piece to create the new world of freight. It creates a world where distribution centers can ‘pop-up’, expand or contract where needed. A world where the autonomous truck can work with a QuickLoadz Intermodal Robotics trailer to deliver entire container loads of freight in three minutes without anyone touching the load.
QuickLoadz is developing a new all-electric drivetrain and Hybrid Power Axle system that will provide up to an estimated twenty percent in fuel savings. QuickLoadz is also building on the embedded multi-camera Wi-Fi computer system with GPS and cellular to create a built-in SAAS cloud logistics platform that can provide real-time information to managers and drivers alike.
Just another day at QuickLoadz, cutting steel, welding steel, making the best trailers in the world.
Wait… is that a camera crew? It turns out that during a national port crisis that someone at Fox Business Network may have noticed that QuickLoadz is the only company in the world that builds trailers that automatically move loaded sea shipping containers.
We like to keep in touch with our customers. Greg, the owner of the very first 1999 GMC-mounted QuickLoadz, told us he doesn’t just use it for containers.
It’s moving… an RV?
Greg’s brother had an RV break down in the middle of the desert. Will the QuickLoadz move it? The RV is bigger than the QuickLoadz.
With such a long overhang behind the rear axles, even the gentle loading angle of the bed is too steep. Time to get creative. Slide the bed back to the roadway and the QuickLoadz dual chain drive acts like a winch to pull the RV onto the bed.
It looks like the RV fits on the bed snug. The Lift Wedges at the end of the bed, when raised, keep vehicles from rolling off.
We know our customers might use QuickLoadz in new and unexpected ways. The Super Bed models are the ultimate Swiss Army knife truck when it comes to versatility.
A traditional tow truck bed would have bent, but not QuickLoadz.
QuickLoadz can move loaded shipping containers, equipment, raw materials and more—including RVs.
Read more about the QuickLoadz Super Bed trucks here: