Crossroads Trailer has acquired Northcutt, a full-service trailer dealer serving customers in Wichita and Garden City, Kansas.
Northcutt will join Crossroads Trailer's growing portfolio. Founded in 1986, Crossroads recently built a new facility in Denver to complement its locations in Albert Lea and Luverne, Minn., and Sioux Falls, S.D. Crossroads' leadership team believes the acquisition will be a great addition to the Crossroads family, adding depth and breadth to its product offerings. Northcutt’s team of more than 30 employees will become part of the Crossroads family, which the company says it hopes to grow as it expand operations in the Kansas locations.
"We are very pleased to increase our reach in Kansas and the surrounding region to elevate our offerings for our customers and deliver real value throughout the Midwest,” says Crossroads Trailer President Mark Habben. "Since the early days of the company, we have seen the industry develop and change, but the one thing that remains consistent is our commitment to provide each customer with the same respect and high-quality service."
Over the years, Crossroads has represented several different product lines, and is a premier distributor of Great Dane trailers and transportation solutions — earning two Dealer of the Year Awards in 2018 and 2019.
“Crossroads Trailer has consistently proven themselves as a top distributor in the Great Dane dealer network thanks to their hard work and commitment to always putting their customers first,” says Rob Ulsh, vice president, Dealer and International Sales, Great Dane. “We are excited about this new chapter in their company history as they expand to meet the growing needs of the region.”
Northcutt has served the Wichita area since 1965 with quality work, experienced service technicians and parts specialists, and the highest quality trailer lines in the industry. Northcutt’s locations feature 13 full-service bays along with a 63 ft., paint bay, which Crossroads says will add to the level of services available in the company's network.