In the ongoing effort to offer the best customer service in the industry, Bridgeport Manufacturing has a dedicated staff of people ready to help minimize your downtime and keep your truck on the road.
We stock our large facility in Bridgeport, TX with OEM parts staffed by workers with 20+ years of experience in parts sales, warranty support, and repairs on any make and model of refuse body.
We also offer the capability to retrofit the very versatile and efficient Bridgeport Automated Arm on any and all brands of side loaders.
- Easy equipment and user access (Increased Efficiency and Safety)
- Only dump if necessary (Less material waste and cleanup)
- No need to drop heavy objects over the side (Less damage to the can and safer)
- Back haul materials and equipment, equipment tie downs built-in (Eliminate the need for multiple trailers)
- Compatible with standard roll off truck hooks (No need for special modifications)
- Available with Hooklift or Cable Hoist
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Regardless of design, application or price your business depends on a trailer that will give you peak performance, no matter how tough the job or aggressive load, and MACTrailer stands ready to be tested.
MAC Trailer in Alliance, Ohio is respected as the nation’s foremost manufacturer of steel and aluminum dump trailers, transfer trailers, flatbed trailers, drop deck trailers, pneumatic tank trailers and straight truck bodies; with comprehensive support for wreck, repair and service, used and leased trailers and aftermarket trailer parts. www.mactrailer.com or 1-800-795-8454
Side Load Trucks
A Side Load Garbage Truck refers to a trash truck with an arm or lift on its side (rather than the rear or front), which is used to grab the waste carts and dump them into the awaiting container. These types of Refuse Trucks are gaining popularity for their efficiency and agility in navigating small streets.
An automated Side Loader Truck only requires one operator since the arm is operated from within the cabin. Traditional trash trucks require two or three laborers—one to drive and one or two to load the trash. Therefore, even though it would cost money to install, a Side Loading Garbage Truck can be much more cost effective than other traditional trash trucks in the long run. These types of trash trucks also help reduce worker injuries that are very prevalent with a traditional trash truck; this is because the workers would no longer be directly handling the trash, which is known can cause shoulder, arm, back and other injuries due to exposure to certain potentially hazardous materials such as broken glass. One slight disadvantage that some of these models have is that they require compatible wheeled carts be used; this means that if a town wants to convert to a side loader truck, they would have to update their local trash cans to these models, which is a definite expense.
We have a variety of New & Used Side Load Garbage Trucks for Sale in the MarketPlace.