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CM Truck Beds Announces New Aluminum Truck Bed Manufacturing Plant

America’s fastest growing truck bed manufacturing company in America, CM Truck Beds, is proud to announce the retooling and opening of the new aluminum truck bed manufacturing plant. Located in Madill, OK, CM Truck Beds’ new facility is equipped to produce our unsurpassed, top-quality aluminum truck beds.

America’s fastest growing truck bed manufacturing company in America, CM Truck Beds, is proud to announce the retooling and opening of the new aluminum truck bed manufacturing plant. Located in Madill, OK, CM Truck Beds’ new facility is equipped to produce our unsurpassed, top-quality aluminum truck beds.

Manufacturing aluminum truck beds since 2014, CM Truck Beds recognizes the explosive growth and development of these truck bed models. With their rich featured products, CM Truck Beds offers customers and dealers across America the best in class, standard featured truck bed models with competitive pricing, and top-quality. And now with this new manufacturing plant, CM Truck Beds will be able to produce more and continue to reign as the top truck bed company in the U.S.

This new manufacturing plant has 30,000 square feet of capacity and was designed to respond to the unsurpassed demand of the durable aluminum truck bed models. Providing quality products and reliability customers can count on, CM Truck Beds will continue their title as the household name truck bed manufacturer in America with their new aluminum truck bed manufacturing plant.

Standing by their reputation but always looking to the future, CM Truck Beds is proud to stand behind their battle tested haulers. With superior steel and aluminum beds, CM Truck Beds has the industry’s best product innovation, a national footprint, and more on-hand inventory than any other truck bed company in the aftermarket flatbed industry.

CM Truck Beds is the household name for truck bodies and has been building household factory beds for more than 20 years. Their dedication and loyalty to producing only the best body haulers has made them the most highly recommended truck bed manufacturer in the country. Well suited for all sorts of industries including fleet trucks, work trucks, crane deck bodies, dump bodies, landscapers, snow removal trucks, farming, welding, and oilfield, CM’s truck bodies can get any job done.

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At a time when Ford is introducing aluminum pickups and customers are increasingly valuing weight reduction and corrosion resistance, aluminum is becoming increasingly popular as a material for manufacturing truck bodies. That includes the types of bodies that CM manufactures.

One of the company’s recent introductions is a hybrid model—one that uses a steel subframe and aluminum sheet for the exterior. The steel enables the body to retain the towing capacity that steel bodies boast while providing much of the weight savings and corrosion resistance of aluminum.

The hybrid model joins a variety of aluminum bodies—flatbeds as well as ranch and tow bodies and a group of steel bodies for multiple applications. They include

CM offers aluminum or steel bodies—or a combination of the two. The combination steel and aluminum tow body uses the same powder-coated steel under-structure as its fully steel bodies. This maintains the strength required for the standard 26,000-pound gooseneck hitch, but the weight savings of an aluminum body offers extra payload and corrosion resistance.

 

•  Steel platform body. It includes square bulkhead.

•  Steel skirted welder body.

 

Coming in the third quarter, CM plans to heavily promote its new steel dump body.

“We really do have a diverse product line, and we have designed them to fit all major OEM trucks,” Lewis says.