Thursday, April 30, 2020

Is the Modular Industry Ready for Post-COVID-19?

We’ve all been hearing that once the modular factories across the US begin to ramp up production to meet the pent-up demand for affordable housing, medical modules, commercial, apartment and single family residences, our industry could see record numbers of new projects.

With new modular factories being planned, coalitions like the Modular Mobilization Coalition being formed and franchises like Impresa Modular Franchise ready to bring in new builders, there is going to be a big need for new carriers like we’ve never seen.

I have secured a large carrier and chassis fabricator that can handle just about anything a modular factory can produce for shipment. If your factory is ready to look for new carriers, I have them.



Our basic carrier is the MC-100 @ 76’

These are some of the options you can choose with the MC-100 Chassis

Options: - Outriggers - Hydraulic Lift System - Tie Down Ratchets - Running Lights and Tail Lights - Reflective Tape - Axle and Tire Upgrade - Custom length (up to 76')

Base price for this long carrier is less than $11,000 FOB in minimum quantities of 10. Carriers will be shipped stacked 5 high with new tires and wheels shipped directly to your factory.

How to get a Quote:

Simply choose what length carriers you need, up to 76’, choose any options you would like to add, then send them to me and I will work with my fabricator who will contact you directly with any questions they have and your quote. This is the best way to streamline the process. modcoach@gmail.com

I have also arranged a leasing program with a lender that specializes in transportation financing such as train cars, airplanes, trucks and now carriers. Contact me at modcoach@gmail.com for more information.

Whether you are looking for carriers for your new modular factory or replacing your aging fleet, you need to get your “request for quote” to me quickly. Post OCVID-19 will make having carriers a very important part of your success.

1 comment:

  1. Just a note, you showed the carrier drawing upside down ;-)

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