York's Product Trailer Hits The Road

May 21, 2004
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The York UPG commercial products box truck and trailer is traveling to York UPG distributor locations throughout the United States.
NORMAN, Okla. - York International Corp.'s Unitary Products Group (UPG) launched a commercial products trailer that will visit York, Coleman, and Luxaire distributors and customers throughout the United States.

The combination box truck and trailer features a variety of equipment, including a 25-ton and 10-ton gas/electric commercial unit. The units have Plexiglas® cutaways to expose working components. The 25-ton unit includes a powered ground fault circuit interrupter (GFI) outlet, while the 10-ton unit features a nonpowered GFI outlet.

The trailer also is equipped with four 21-inch flat screen monitors, which present information on York's Simplicityâ„¢ Controls.

Pictured is the interior of the York UPG commercial products trailer, which boasts four 21-inch flat screen monitors used to educate distributors about York Simplicty Controls.
"The commercial products trailer is designed to familiarize engineers with York UPG's commercial equipment and define the benefits that York UPG's equipment brings to them and to their customers," said Sandra Allen, York marketing specialist.

York UPG's commercial products trailer is available on request to all York UPG distributors.

Publication date: 05/24/2004

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