EnTrans International, LLC, recently received Plant Safety Awards from the Truck Trailer Manufacturers Association (TTMA) for four of its trailer manufacturing facilities, making it the only multi-category winner in the industry.
The awards were presented to Todd Finney, Senior Vice President, EnTrans International, at TTMA’s 76th annual convention in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, on April 19.
EnTrans International’s largest tank trailer plant, Juarez Trailer Operations in Juarez, Mexico, earned its first TTMA Plant Safety Award in Category A, which is awarded to plants with more than 750,000 man-hours per year. Heil Trailer, Polar Tank Trailer and Jarco products are manufactured at the Juarez facility. That includes every product segment from dry bulk to stainless. The state-of-the-art Juarez facility opened in 2014, spans over 350,000 square feet, is an ASME U certificate holder and a National Board R certificate holder. With the latest fabrication and manufacturing equipment, Juarez is one of the most advanced facilities in the industry.
TTMA recognized Kalyn Siebert’s manufacturing facility in Gatesville, Texas, for being the Most Improved in the Truck Trailer Division for 2017. The ISO-certified Gatesville facility spans 260,000 square feet across 31 acres and has an annual capacity of more
than 1,000 units.
Jarco received the TTMA Plant Safety Award for the Most Improved in the Tank Trailer Division for 2017. The 50,000 square foot, state-of-the-art Salem manufacturing facility was opened in 2015. Barrels used in the production of Jarco tank trucks are sourced through EnTrans International’s Juarez plant, also a TTMA award recipient. In addition to Juarez, the Salem facility is an ASME U certificate holder and a National Board R certificate holder.