Posts Tagged ‘trailers’

Jay Brooks Randall Manufacturing

Put(t) It This Way – We’ve Got Talent

Posted on: October 6th, 2014 by Logan Anglewicz No Comments

Hero: My dad. Childhood Ambition: Become a professional soccer player. Surprising Fact: I qualified to play on the US Olympic Soccer National Development team at the age of 12 and played on the team for three consecutive years. I was a Golf Professional for 6 years and established a “scratch” handicap. Tunes On Your iPod: […]

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Mike Buehler Territory Manager Randall Manufacturing

Meet (Jack Of All Trades) Mike Buehler At IFDA 2014

Posted on: September 25th, 2014 by Logan Anglewicz No Comments

Hero: Winston Churchill Can’t live without:      Game of Thrones Favorite movies:  Braveheart, Forrest Gump, Dances with Wolves, Saving Private Ryan, and…of course, Mrs. Doubtfire. Tunes on your iPod: JJ Cale, Led Zeppelin, Johnny Cash, The Black Keys, Bad Company. Surprising fact:          I love to bake bread, cook, and tend […]

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Randall Access Road Tour

Cooler Heads Prevail On The Randall Access Road Tour

Posted on: July 23rd, 2014 by Beth Brown No Comments

On The Road – The Randall Access Road Tour set-up shop at a dealer open house last week.  We were talking to the people who deliver the goods every day, install the equipment that keeps the drivers safe and productive, and the guys who spec the equipment that keep the wheels on the road. It’s […]

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Randall Access Lift Assist

Power Up – The Randall Lift Assist

Posted on: July 10th, 2014 by Beth Brown 1 Comment

The Randall Lift Assist comes in two sizes to fit your trailer floor – short and long.  Let us explain: depending on the enclosure placement in relation to the trailer’s floor height, a lift assist could potentially over compensate requiring extra adjustment effort and time.  The Randall Lift Assist – Short Throw is ideal when […]

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Randall Access Team

Proud To Be Made In America

Posted on: July 2nd, 2014 by Beth Brown No Comments

With the Fourth of July around the corner, we are proud to be ” Made in America ” and support America’s workforce.  Manufacturing represents a whopping 67% of private-sector R&D spending as well as 30% of the country’s productivity growth. Every $1 of manufacturing activity returns $1.48 to the economy.*  For the first time in […]

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Randall Elevated Platform

Randall Access Unveils the Randall Elevated Platform Concept

Posted on: December 13th, 2013 by Jackie O'Reilly No Comments

Randall Access’ latest concept, the Randall Elevated Platform, was unveiled at the International Food Distributors Association (IFDA) 2013 Distribution Conference.  With its emphasis on driver safety and efficiency, the platform showcases the future design and engineering direction of side-door access products. Measuring 48”x 52” and constructed of 6061-T6 aluminum, the platform elevates to the trailer […]

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Writers on the road kyle allen Randall Manufacturing transportation blog

WRITERS ON THE ROAD – KYLE ALLEN

Posted on: December 6th, 2013 by Jackie O'Reilly No Comments

“Be Prepared” Not only is it the motto of the Boy Scouts of America, in the food transportation business it’s the difference between success and failure…. Leaving a warm, balmy Chicago for Winnipeg, Manitoba in mid-November had me in full “be prepared” mode – winter coat, hat, gloves, and the right footwear for trudging thru […]

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Michael Galati Randall Manufacturing Salesman Pacific Northwest Canada

The Bench Just Keeps Getting Stronger – Welcome Michael!

Posted on: October 7th, 2013 by Jackie O'Reilly No Comments

Hero:            My dad Can’t live without:          Mom’s pasta on Sunday Favorite movies:           Godfather, Life is Beautiful, Shawshank Redemption, and ok, I cried (a little) at Lion King Sports fan:                  From Chicago, of course. Cubs, […]

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Highway (1)

Road Safety – All Vehicles Great & Small, Sharing the Road

Posted on: June 26th, 2013 by Jackie O'Reilly No Comments

Every driver’s view of the road, as well as the ability to stop suddenly or swerve around a pothole, is different. A little information and patience, however, can go a long way when you share the road with different sized vehicles. Drivers need to keep in mind the limitations and capabilities of all the vehicles […]

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