That is correct. They were once made in Fresno, CA. Now Bowling Green, KY. https://www.truckinginfo.com/101739...nounced in,van trailers in Kentucky Transpark.I believe Fruehauf has been revived and are being built again. Seen a growing number of new one on the road lately
They were well built. New Penn acquired some NEMF trailers. We had trouble getting very high skids in their trailers compared to ours. The back plate above the roll up door came down a few inches lower than oursIf I remember correctly the Fruehauf was a bit heavier on the scale empty ?
Fruehauf had a plant for years in Fort Madison, Ia. When they had Yellow orders that was all they built for a week or so. We hauled all the decals and tires already mounted in there. Was always a busy place. Siemens bought the plant and made big windmill vanes there. Now it is empty.That is correct. They were once made in Fresno, CA. Now Bowling Green, KY. https://www.truckinginfo.com/10173989/fruehauf-returns-to-u-s-trailer-production-after-25-years#:~:text=Trailer manufacturer Fruehauf North America,production in the United States.&text=The new facility, announced in,van trailers in Kentucky Transpark.