Quality Trailers INC. Enters Solar Energy Technology

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Portland, OR – Quality Trailers Inc. announced today the worldwide release of the world’s first fully equipped Food Trailer equipped with Solar Panels, an innovation that combines the best in energy conservation and sustainability. This ground-breaking technology brings new food trailer operators to experience reductions in their energy consumption! “Food trailer operators have been waiting for more affordable ways to be off the grid, and still be able to do business as usual with using solar energy, and be able to achieve reductions in their utility bills. We’ve responded by introducing our first ever, solar-powered food trailer, making food trailer operations more diverse, and which will redefine the market” said Pavel Yasinskiy, President, Quality Trailers Inc. “Throughout our company, we have strived  to give our customers the best possible, most functional, and most technologically advanced food trailer on the market.”

Performance and Reliability

Whether it’s looking at energy savings, sustainability, or just simply considering today’s newest technologies, food trailer operators want  more versatility in how they want their units built. Our new fully-equipped solar-powered food trailer raise the bar for all other food trailer manufacturers. For the first time ever, operators can finally get what they want. “Our solar panels feature a powerful processor that delivers functionality in distribution of electricity, normally found in conventional  electrical panels,” said Mike Shiyanenko, General Manager, Quality Trailers Inc. “This new technology that embraces solar-energy to such high degree  is perfect for operators in areas where the grid is not an option.”

Energy On The Go

Our new solar-powered food trailers are designed for consumers looking for an energy-demand-on-the-go capability… It’s a reality and it’s here to stay!

Pricing and Availability

This new solar-panel customization is available now. However, each business operation is very different from each other. The electrical requirements to operate a food trailer efficiently are unique to each individual unit. Customers will need to answer a brief questionnaire that will help analyze the power requirement needs to allow Quality Trailers Inc. for accurate price estimates.

About Quality Trailers Inc.

Quality Trailers Inc. builds industry leading food trailers designed for a wide array of business applications. With a business model that  is built on progress and a history of innovation starting with our aerodynamic design, the company produces high-quality and easy-to-operate food trailers at national and international levels. Quality Trailers Inc. is headquartered in Portland, OR. For more information see www.qualityfoodtrailers.com. Contact Quality Trailers Inc., Mike Shiyanenko, General Manager 503-778-0309; sales@qualityfoodtrailers.com.

Food Trailers Are Poised To Be A Big Winner In The Post-Covid World

As the world slowly and tentatively re-opens in the wake of the coronavirus lock-downs, restaurants continue to be among the hardest-hit businesses. Closed for months to “slow the spread,” even as they get back into business they suffer from painful restrictions, including reduced capacities to conform to distancing mandates, extra sanitation and the costs associated with it, and tighter scrutiny than ever from local health departments.

That gives a boost for what’s always been a fairly minor competitor to brick-and-mortar restaurants: food trucks and trailers. “Restaurants would need three or four times as much space to accommodate their old customer numbers,” said Angel Gonzalez, General Manager of Quality Trailers Inc. in Portland, Oregon. “A trailer can serve as many customers as the operator wants to come through the line, and the trailer is organized to handle. It’s built to be easily sanitized, and there’s a barrier between the customer and the servers.”

Quality Trailers is a family-owned business that was originally founded in 2001 to serve the construction industry, building flatbeds, dump trailers, goosenecks and car haulers. When the economic downturn of 2008 happened, the construction industry faltered, so the company shifted gears. Since Portland is a city renowned for its food carts, Quality began building custom trailers for food concessions. They’ve never looked back. They remain a small company, with ten employees, and they rely on independent contractors for a good portion of their work… Click Here to Read the Forbes Article