Trailer Brands Carried in New Mexico
BigTex Trailers – is one of the top utility trailer manufacturers in the U.S., largely due to being the #1 Dealer Network in the country, comprised of highly qualified and dedicated dealers who demand the best for their customers. The 400 plus independent Big Tex dealers represent the most diverse line of standard and custom utility trailers available. We have provided them to governments, consumers, and industry throughout the country. From its humble beginnings as a two-man company housed in a 30×40 shop, Big Tex has grown to become the nationally recognized leader in the utility trailer industry.
CM Truck Beds – Offering a wide variety of beds that are perfect for the farming, welding, ranching and oilfield industries, CM Truck Beds are built “Ahead of the Curve.” As part of the Big Tex Trailer Manufacturing family, CM Truck Beds are thoroughly and continually researched to complement the ever-changing styles of the auto industry and to help us remain a leader in truck bed design and development.
Established in 1971, S&H has become a pioneer in the trailer industry. We didn’t get that reputation by accident, though. We figured out that if we built a good, rugged trailer with plenty of bells and whistles, there would be a market for it. And since those early beginnings, we’ve seen trends and manufacturers come and go, but our product standards – and our customers – have been there. As for today, with a solid line of steel and aluminum exterior horse, stock, and cargo trailers, and with the recent addition of all aluminum horse, stock, and utility trailers, S&H is ready, willing, and able to add to our legacy.
Look Trailers -Look Trailers was founded in February of 2010 with one simple goal, to build the best trailer company in North America by building real partnerships with dealers and creating products that have value, feature and service. LOOK assembled a dedicated and experienced management team of industry vets and set out to build trailers focused on the needs and wants of the consumer. Since the first Look trailer rolled off the line at the Bristol manufacturing facility, Look has grown to five regional plants two in Indiana, one each in Georgia, Arizona and Utah.