Phillips, Inland Trailer partner on trailer technology

Phillips, Inland Trailer partner on trailer technology

New builds will have Smart7, Rear-Vu, CargoVision, Permalite Lighting and more. Existing customers will be able to retrofit current trailers.

Phillips Industries announced a new partnership with Inland Trailer in Mexico, in which Inland will integrate trailer solutions and full telematics capabilities into their new builds, including the Smart7 system, Rear-Vu Backup Camera System, CargoVision, Permalite trailer lighting and more.

Inland said the advanced solutions will be included on all new trailer builds, and existing customers will have the opportunity to retrofit their current trailers.

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