Your place for the best new and used container chassis, drop frame tank chassis, and custom trailer equipment.

You can lease or purchase most units as-is or repaired, or through our stocking program as an exclusive Gulf Coast dealer of Cheetah Chassis. We keep chassis in stock at our terminal near the Port of Houston as well as our manufacturing facilities in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

Our stock includes all types of container chassis designed to haul any sized intermodal containers. Our lightweight drop frame chassis design is ideal for companies specializing in the haul of loaded tank containers, and we have several designs including our 80,000 MGVW chassis for heavy haul markets. Our chassis are available with a variety of upgrades and modifications.

Cheetah Chassis are all U.S. made. Cheetah Chassis is a member of the Strick Group of trailer manufacturers, whose roots go back to the invention of the first commercial intermodal shipping containers. Since the 1930s, the Strick Group has provided innovative trailer designs and manufacturing techniques that bring you the finest chassis and flatbeds on the road today.

We’re experts in equipment specification and regulations – we’ve sold thousands of chassis – we understand the industry and use that experience to offer solutions to your needs.


Economical Solution/Flexible Options Short or Longer Term Fixed Lease, No Overhead
No Repositioning Costs
No More Variable Operating Expenses Per Day
No Per Trip Maintenance Fees
No Per Diem Fees Keep the Chassis, Use Them When You Need To Keep More of Your Money
Newer Chassis That Are Reliable Newest Fleet on the Market, No Forced Union Repairs
Higher Productivity – Less Down Time No Out-In Inspections, Saving $ and Time
Guaranteed Availability
No Need for Lengthy Terminal Delays Due to Contract and Insurance
Want to Maintain Control Over Logistics, More Flexibility No More Generic Lightweight Pool Chassis





Cheetah Chassis is a member of the Strick Group of trailer manufacturers. Its roots go back to the 1930s, when Frank Strick developed the first “frameless” monocoque trailer body and revolutionized the shipping industry. Two decades later, the Strick Division of Fruehauf Trailers partnered with Malcolm McLean’s Pan-Atlantic Steamship Lines (later Sea-Land) to develop and manufacture the world’s first commercial intermodal shipping containers.

The Strick Corporation was founded in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania in 1966. Soon after, Strick designed and built the Flexi-Van container system for the New York Central Railroad. As the Strick Corporation grew and prospered over the following decades, it continued to push the envelope of intermodal systems as they spread and standardized around the world.

In 2000, the Strick intermodal division was reorganized into Cheetah Chassis. Today their manufacturing operation is based out of Berwick, Pennsylvania. In recent years this new, nimble company has developed cutting-edge chassis products like the Bridgemaster (for carriage of heavy 20’ containers) and the Maximizer (for carriage of two 20’ containers or one 40’ container on the same trailer). They also build a variety of trailers to carry specialized cargoes such as power generators and liquid tanks.

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Ryan Presnal

Container Chassis Sales Representative


Amy Brown

Tank Chassis Sales Representative


Suzy Sonnier

Title Administration and Sales Support

Carrie Dominguez

Marketing Coordinator and Office Manager

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