In 1800’s, a 6’5” German, Fritz Reinmiller travelled to the United States by way of the SS Kaiser Wilhem der Grosse to start a new life and live out his dream of building a strong business. He passed these traits to the son of his son and eventually these values of hard work and entrepreneurial spirit fell upon Aaron Reinmiller, owner of Web-Tex Tilt Trucks Parts and Accessories.
The Reinmiller name quickly became synonymous with the rhinoceros, one of the most admired and respected animals on the planet because of its massive girth and tremendous power. In fact, the Reinmiller men displayed larger than life Germanic features and were sought after by locals to take on the most arduous tasks as they developed the communities in which they would reside.
As Web-Tex Tilt Trucks grew in stature and status within the interior demolition, landscaping, janitorial and construction industries; the “Reinmiller Guarantee” was soon established. Any company in need of a Web-Tex Tilt Truck quickly discovered that these heavy duty haulers, capable of handling any debris was made tough with its powder-coated, welded steel frame; rotomolded to perfection for easy dumping and to bee forkliftable. Just like a rhino, the tilt trucks can haul over 1100 pounds of material and are agile enough to fit through standard commercial doorways and onto elevators with ease.
Proudly manufactured and assembled in North Texas since 1997; Web-Tex Tilt Trucks Parts and Accessories are built to last. In fact, Web-Tex tilt trucks parts and accessories are Rubbermaid® compatible and have custom colors by request. All of the tilt trucks are made from recycled plastic thus helping the rhino population maintain its planet.
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