Taking a ShineBy: Sloanebuilt Trailers Taking a shine For more than a decade, Sloanebuilt Trailers has relied on PPG’s suite of paints and coatings as part of its trailer building process; the manufacturer is adamant that it has seen a great improvement with production efficiency due to the products’ ease of use. Sloanebuilt has become even more confident with its reliance on the PPG product range, as well as its exceptional quality, following its use of PPG’s Wet-on-Wet system. “The Wet-on-Wet process starts with chassis and parts being sandblasted onsite then painted as a Wet-on-Wet process with epoxy and finished with polythane topcoat,” Sloanebuilt says. “The Wet-on-Wet process has seen a regular combination of two-pack epoxy and PPG top coats utilised on jobs, depending on the scope of work, to ensure consistent finishes for all trailers that roll out of our factory.” The Wet-on-Wet process has seen a regular combination of two-pack epoxy and PPG top coats utilised on jobs, depending on the scope of work, to ensure consistent finishes for all trailers that roll out of our factory. Finishing off this stunner is Alcoa wheels, large dual aluminium lead times for clients with their custom toolbox, container pins fit, and LEDs trailer orders due to the installation of throughout with top tailgate lights making new overhead cranes and state-of-the-art this trailer one to keep your eye out for. With the opening of new manufacturing blasting booths, multiple drive-in/through repair and service bays able to in accommodate longer combinations including its A- and B-doubles. It also features an impressive spare parts showroom, parts storage facilities and corporate offices.