With over 20 years of experience, CARGO EXPRESS claims to build the "longest lasting, most dependable trailers on the road", and that explains the continuing popularity of new Cargo Express trailers for Regina and Saskatchewan consumers. We can attest to their heavy-duty construction, attention to detail, fine finish and structural quality throughout. These trailers are built for the every-day user and could certainly be referenced as the "Cadillac of enclosed trailers."
Cargo Express trailers are also very versatile, with more options than any other competitor’s. Special orders? No problem, Cargo Express does special orders so that YOU can have all the features that you want, even if that requires input from an engineer on staff! Not to mention that even though they feature a 5-year warranty, only half of 1% of the trailers that they sell have a warranty claim filed because they are such dependable, heavy-duty trailers. Like they say, Cargo Express is "For people who use their trailers!"
Heavy-duty construction is why Cargo Express and Shadowmaster trailers are the longest lasting, most dependable trailers on the road. Cargo Express and Shadowmaster trailers are in a league of their own.
Unequaled transportation and protection come from unparalleled construction. Attention to detail and a desire to build the most durable trailers ensure that your Cargo Express or Shadowmaster product is a level above similar products. We know that strength is in the details – that’s why only Cargo Express and Shadowmaster trailers are supported by all of these important features:
Don’t make the mistake of buying a trailer without these important features. Many of our competitors have none of these features, a few have some of these features, but none of them have all these features.
All these features are why Cargo Express trailers are HEAVY-DUTY TRAILERS that cannot be compared to the cheap stuff!
The owners of Cargo Express have over 20 years of experience in the RV/cargo trailer industry. Why risk buying a trailer from a company that’s here today and gone tomorrow?