Safe Fleet expands its safety-as-a-service network in Louisville, OH

Safe Fleet expands its safety-as-a-service network in Louisville, OH

Safe Fleet, a supplier of fleet vehicle safety solutions, recently expanded its Commercial Vehicle division’s Safety-As-A-Service (SAAS) network, with a facility in Louisville, OH.

This new location will support Safe Fleet’s tarping business and will service Northeast Ohio dump truck and trailer manufacturers. For the time being, it will specialize in solutions from its family of tarping brands: Roll·Rite, Pulltarps, and Vango, the company said.

The new Louisville location will cater to open-top dump trailers, flatbed trailers, and dump trucks, with trailer pickup and delivery services for preferred customers, the company added.

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