Great Dane

A Culture of Champions

With that legacy comes a dedication to the hard-working individuals that make Great Dane what it is today. Located across nine manufacturing plants and 20 sales branches, our jobs are waiting to be filled by driven, challenge-focused & enthusiastic people like you.

With a history dating back to 1900, Great Dane has established itself as the transportation solutions leader of today – delivering innovative products and exceptional services that help our customers and employees succeed. We not only engineer durable and high-quality trailers and truck bodies, we foster relationships that last a lifetime.

Great Dane is committed to the research and development of cutting-edge products that stand up to the toughest demands. With our industry-leading testing facilities and state-of-the-art manufacturing plants, you can trust that your Great Dane products are built to last. Take a peek inside our facilities to learn how we continue to deliver excellence.


Innovation is working smarter, and working safely is the smartest way to succeed. By putting safety first, we put each other and our customers first.


A Culture of Champions

Our culture is comprised of “Champions.” Every employee has opportunities to learn, to grow, to succeed and to be engaged in company activities. We offer competitive compensation and benefits, including “Living Well” benefits and retirement programs, as well as paid holidays and vacation days.

We champion the needs of our customers by ensuring the safe and efficient delivery of goods, and champion the needs of our employees by creating a dynamic environment for growth.

Building Transportation Solutions for Convenience Industry Distributors

The convenience distribution industry is a big driver for the American economy, with business sales totaling more than $102 billion of overall U.S. spending in 2017, according to the Convenience Distribution Association (CDA).

Distributors directly employ nearly 59,000 people across the U.S., with an additional 114,000 jobs supported in the convenience sector’s supply chain and through employee spending, the CDA reports.

From wholesale distributors of candy, snacks, and groceries, to manufacturers, brokers, retailers, and many others serving the convenience products industry, the sector has a wide range of logistics and supply chains needs to keep it running smoothly.

Leveraging Trailer Technology to Improve the Lifespan of Your Fleet

Great Dane’s century-plus legacy of success is a direct result of our commitment to growth through innovation and improvement. Great Dane has a rigorous testing and development program, focusing on research and development to meet the needs of our customers. Everything we do is designed to improve safety, enhance functionality, or increase the overall value of our trailers.

Customer feedback and demand is the main driver for Great Dane’s new innovations, products, and services. Our ultimate goal is to make customers more successful in their operations, using trailer technology to improve the lifespan of trailers and key components.

Trailer Innovations that Work Together

Innovation isn’t as simple as making one small component better or more efficient. Each piece of the trailer should work together to form a better product. This is why our R&D team focuses on the whole system, making sure that every component supports the overall goal: to make a lean, efficient trailer.

Trailer technology doesn’t always have to be flashy, either—sometimes it’s as simple as changing a material or using a different design. For instance, wood rot is a huge concern in reefers, causing costly trailer repairs. In response, we started building our refrigerated trailers completely wood-free. Just by changing the materials we use in our reefers, we eliminated the possibility of wood rot damage, reducing future trailer maintenance and repair costs.

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