Wilcox GSE Becomes Sole Aviation Manufacturer in Canada to Offer Bobtail TRUX

Sept. 25, 2023

Milton, Canada - Wilcox GSE, a leading manufacturer of aviation ground support equipment, announced that it is now the sole manufacturer in Canada to offer a Bobtail Cargo TRUX to the aviation industry.

The Bobtail TRUX is specialized equipment used for high-speed cargo towing at airports. It is designed to offer safe, efficient, and precise movement of Cargo over larger areas at higher speeds than traditional tractors. With this new offering, Wilcox GSE is expanding its portfolio with a new product Line, TRUX GSE to include aviation ground support vehicles, further cementing its position as a leading supplier in the industry.

"We are thrilled to be the sole manufacturer of Bobtail TRUX in Canada," said David Dick, Vice President of Wilcox GSE. "Our team has worked hard to ensure that we are providing the most innovative and reliable aviation ground support equipment to our customers. With this new offering, we are confident that we are giving our customers a tool that will make their jobs more efficient and safer."

Wilcox GSE's Bobtail TRUX are made from high-quality materials and are engineered to meet the most stringent industry standards. It is designed with safety in mind, featuring Emergency Lighting, Work Lights, Heated Backup Camera, HD Front Push Bumper and Side Brush Bars.

"We have been manufacturing custom work trucks for over 60 years and we believe that that Wilcox GSE Bobtail TRUX are the perfect addition to any Ground or Cargo Handles tool kit,said Dick. “Our Bobtail TRUX are offered with both single and dual rear wheel configurations, built on either the Ford F250/F350 or RAM 2500/3500 chassis. As the inaugural model in our TRUX series of airport vehicles, the Wilcox GSE Bobtail TRUX will be joined by maintenance pickup trucks, vans, and the upcoming water and lavatory trucks. We are excited to see how our customers use this equipment to improve their operations and keep their teams safe, especially here in Canada."