New Apollo Glass Delivery Truck Heading To Nebraska

Published Sep 06, 2019 Michael Mroczek

Quality Glass & Mirror of Omaha, Nebraska is a recognized leader in quality glass products and services that makes routine deliveries to glass shops and glaziers across five states. They are set to take delivery of a brand new Apollo HD glass delivery truck that was designed and built at our 50,000 square foot facility located in Glassboro, New Jersey. 

The Apollo HD belongs to our line of Combination Glass Truck bodies which offers customers the ability to have multiple options for carrying product. This body style is available for Class 6 and higher trucks and lengths up to 30’. This particular Apollo sits on top of a Freightliner cab & chassis. 
Every Apollo Glass Truck Body features strong, aluminum racks housed in a curtain-sided compartment mounted on flatbed truck body. Exterior and walk-in interior racks provide maximum glass carrying capacity. Large capacity extra-wide outer ledges with extra-tall poles help secure glass of varying thickness. A large, rear platform with Apitong flooring and optional cutouts and deck poles allows for loading and securing heavy payloads. 

We employ state of the art equipment to ensure that your glass truck body is best-in-class. Our team of glass transportation experts, engineers, and technicians ensure that your glass body is manufactured to your exact specifications. The team at MGT will help guide you from your initial quote & engineering all of the way to delivery and implementation of your new vehicle. If you would like to learn more about the Apollo HD or any of the other glass trucks in our lineup give us a call today for more information and a free quote.

Apollo HD Features

  • Available for Class 6 and Higher Trucks
  • Welded Steel Subframe
  • Fully Enclosed Curtainside Body
  • Large, Rear Flatbed
  • Optional Crane Installation

— Aluminum glass racks are housed in a curtain-sided compartment mounted on the truck body.

— Inside racks are accessible via a locking door at the back of the body.

Doors between racks provide access to extra storage areas and allows transportation of long boxes of metal.

— Extra-tall poles and rows of E-Track help secure glass of varying thickness. Custom slat and e-track layouts are available to meet your needs.