We have been serving the Southwest since 1984, renting and selling a wide variety of over-the-road trailers and on-site storage equipment at the right price.

We are in the business of providing storage solutions that fit your business or personal life, with short-term or long-term leases; we can help you with all your storage needs.

From commercial heavy hauling and small business cargo, to personal jobs and recreation, we have a product that will fit your requirements.

We sell both new and used trailers and containers. We have the right storage or trailer solution to fit your budget!

Any unit from Transportation Rental & Sales, Inc. can be rented, leased, or purchased.

Call Today for a Quote:

 

(505) 877-1615 – Office
(800) 876-1615 – Outside of New Mexico

Storage or Over-the-Road Van Trailers

Semi trailers lined up in a nice row

28′ – 40′ – 45′ – 48′ – 53′

Whether you need to rent local- or long-haul, Transportation Rental & Sales, Inc. has the equipment you need. We rent, lease, or sell for your over-the-road trucking needs.

Semi-trailers are perfect to place at a building site or warehouse to protect materials and products. Storage trailers add temporary or long-term space to your location. Dock level and non-dock level heights are available. They can also be used to move inventory from one location to another. We can deliver and re-spot it for you!

Our trailers have many options: swing or roll doors, air ride suspension, translucent roofs, side doors, refrigeration, and ramps. Whether you haul 800 pounds or 80,000 pounds, Transportation Rental & Sales, Inc. provides trailers for all uses. All of our fleet is maintained to ensure you receive the highest quality equipment in the best possible condition.

Location Information

Address:

3531 Second Street SW (1 ½ blocks North of Rio Bravo)
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87105

Phone:

(505) 877-1615 – Office
(800) 876-1615 – Outside of New Mexico

Hours:

We are open Monday-Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

 

“We Sell the Best and Repair the Rest”

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