Going, Going, Gone

QuickLoadz bought a fleet of used Penske box trucks to turn into QuickLoadz Super Bed trucks. The idea was that if we put a brand new QuickLoadz on a good used truck, we can cut the price in half and get more people safely moving loaded containers.

We sold them all in a week.

I guess it was a good idea.

I had wanted some of them for the OSU Farm Science Review last week as a show special. So, I bought another batch. A bit more mix in models, and of course, Penske raised the price on me. Nothing like success. But it is still a really good deal which I am opening up to everyone.

A fleet of Penske box trucks.

That means I can put brand new 2020 20k Super Beds on these trucks and offer them to you for a ridiculously low price of $75,000. All of these Super Beds will be wet coat painted black. Some trucks are white, some are yellow, some are Hino, some are International, some are Freightliner.

We have the only system designed specifically to move containers.

A QuickLoadz 20k Super Bed with a 20' shipping container loaded. The container has the QuickLoadz logo painted on the side.

QuickLoadz has automatic hydraulic locks, a built-in rearview camera, and remote control that works on the driver’s smartphone; the whole system is so automated you really don’t have to get out of the truck—all standard.

A QuickLoadz 20k Super Bed with the bed at a high angle with a shipping container loaded. The container is locked in and not going anywhere.

Of course it can be used like a tow truck, move equipment, and be a flat bed. The bed itself slides out like a rollback tow truck to give a low loading angle when you need it. One of my favorite features of the truck version is the 50° tilt angle. The tilt not only gives you a dump truck, but it allows you to get really close to a container and still grab it when there is not much room.

- Sean