Leonard recognizes that business and the public sector differ from those of the residential.  The offering and pricing on this site and that which is normally shown and quoted from our 54 factory owned locations is generally geared toward the residential and small business maket.  Leonard also serves large and medium size business, city, state, and federal level agengies as well as large non-profits.  We catter to those of you in the following three ways:

Special Discounts

Certainly if you need multiple trailers for your organization we will discuss a special pricing structure that makes sense for us both.  We do this all the time for a few large construction companies, utility companies, and government agencies.  We can also discuss setting you up on account and billing you through normal purchase order arrangments.  Contact Major Account Team

Dedicated Support and Specific Service Levels

Typically, larger orders come from organizations that have multiple locations and want access to our 54 trailer service centers.   All of our locations are company owned which means we have more control over the service levels than do trailer manufactures who rely on a third party dealer network for support.  Contact National Accounts

Access to Product Development

Our engineering and manufacturing departments work with businesses and agencies to help modify our products to meet existing specifications but more often than not are asked to help design solutions and then develop specifications which will get the job done. Over the years, we have been given some unusal requests which turned into very innovated solutions to very specific challanges.  We look forward to hearing more about your hauling opportunities.  You can always drop by one of our trailer centers or you can reach us directly.

Tim Purifoy (336) 253-9642

"HazWagon" article New Hanover County

Leonard loves to help government agencies find solutions around trailers and vans.  New Hanover County is now offering a new way to dispose of hazardous materials you may have around your home.  Starting Monday, Jan. 16, the "HazWagon" will be stationed at three different locations in the county to collect household hazardous waste and electronics, free of charge.   "It's been in my garage for a long time, it has been, up until now, pretty difficult to dispose of this kind of stuff properly." said John Pesackis as he looks over the electronics he brought to the wagon. "I've just been holding on to it and waiting to maybe take a trip over to 421 to the main landfill to drop it off but this is a whole lot more convenient."       Link to article >