Plastic Animal Hopper Front Box Bulk Trucks And Stainless Steel Lines Launched

Based in Milwaukee, Otto Environmental launches their collection of stainless steel and plastic bulk trucks to address the needs of animal owners, researchers, and other customers.

Greenfield, United States - January 15, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

Milwaukee-based animal enrichment and equipment provider Otto Environmental launches their line of bulk trucks to suit the different needs of animal owners, zookeepers, veterinarians, and researchers. Complementary products are also available.

More information about a currently featured bulk truck can be found in their online store at: https://www.ottoenvironmental.com/bulk-truck-15

The recently featured bulk truck is ideal for the storage and transport of feed, bedding, caging, and other lab equipment. It has an open design which allows for easy cleaning and decontamination. It has all stainless-steel construction which resists rust, and it is cage washer safe. Furthermore, the unit is bead blasted for a uniform and attractive finish. Other configurations exist including one which has a bracket to house a shelf.

Otto Environmental also offers hopper front bulk trucks made from plastic. These products are manufactured using durable and seamless polyethylene, so the walls are strong as they are smooth. To allow easy cleaning of the units, the base of the trucks also features drain holes. Another useful feature is the opening, conveniently located on the front side of the units for easy loading and unloading of their contents.

Aside from the bulk trucks themselves, the online store also offers optional matching covers to help protect items during shipping or storage. They are available in a variety of colors and sizes and are made from either polyester or denier nylon.

Headed by Jeff Otto, the company has been catering to the needs of their customers online for more than 20 years. Their full product line also includes exotic animal equipment, primate caging, laboratory and diagnostic equipment, livestock pens, and animal accessories. All such products reflect Otto Environmental’s dedication to envisioning, designing, and creating adaptive means to support the biomedical, husbandry, and scientific fields.

Individuals and companies who are looking to get more product details and make their purchases online may visit the company’s online store at https://www.ottoenvironmental.com or visit the featured product page shown above.

Contact Info:
Name: Jeff Otto
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Organization: Otto Environmental
Address: 11015 W Layton Ave Suite A, Greenfield, WI 53228, United States
Phone: +1-414-529-7780
Website: https://www.ottoenvironmental.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88942758

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