Anti-lock brakes are the standard for new vehicles on the market, but CIE Manufacturing goes one step further with brakes that will monitor your RPM and braking pressure. This allows you to maintain pinpoint control when driving on rough roads or through dangerous weather conditions. Our ABS brakes give you peace of mind, knowing that your cargo is safe.
The KTL powder coating process is an environmentally friendly painting system that provides long-lasting protection against rust and corrosion. The chassis is dipped fifteen times into a chemical bath, then coated and baked, producing a bonded coating two millimeters thick that is much more scratch- and corrosion-resistant than ordinary paint. Another advantage of this process is that it coats the entire surface of the chassis, including cavities that could not be accessed via a spray paint system. The coating is free of lead and heavy metals, and there are no paint fumes.
LEDs (Light-Emitting Diodes) are the latest revolution in lighting technology. They use 90% less energy than incandescent light bulbs and last several years longer. Since they are electronic, activating when an electrical current passes through a microchip, they can be programmed to emit any color at any intensity. We equip our chassis with an LED lighting system that ensures they will be visible on any road, in any weather condition.
We partner with Westlake to provide all-season highway tires manufactured for commercial vehicles. They feature a self-cleaning tread design that ejects rocks stuck in the tread, increasing the tire’s usable lifespan. A symmetric ribbed pattern maintains the tire’s contact with the road at all times, which improves stability and responsiveness, and prevents the tread from wearing out in irregular patterns.
Our factories have revolutionized the business by employing an automated assembly line using laser cutting and robotic welding. Each robotic welder can execute its task perfectly every time, ensuring a high standard of quality for each chassis we produce. We have two factories, one in Virginia and one in California, operating at peak manufacturing capacity.