SEMA Information

Come see Unruli® at

Booth #51404

(Performance Pavilion)

PRESS RELEASE – OCTOBER 22, 2019

 

RELIABLE ENGINEERED PRODUCTS TO DEBUT PATENTED NEW

UNRULI® CARGO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AT SEMA SHOW

 

New cargo system to solve bed containment and usage issues for pickup truck owners

Charlotte, Mich. (October 22, 2019) – Reliable Engineered Products will unveil a new patented cargo management system at the 2019 Specialty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA) trade show on November 5 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The new product, branded Unruli®, features cargo box options with an integrated tonneau cover.  Pickup truck owners can convert their truck beds within minutes to go from using a cargo box for managing small items, to full utilization of their entire truck bed for hauling large items.

“Truck owners know their truck bed is a useful tool, with millions of uses,” states Joe Kolwick, operations manager of Reliable Engineered Products. “We developed the Unruli cargo management system to solve the problems that many truck owners like me face, shifting cargo that makes stowed items unreachable, and having a toolbox in the way when we need to haul large items.  Unruli eliminates the cargo shift and keeps your items within reach of the tailgate.  Our easy foldaway option allows for maximum use of your entire pickup bed without having to remove a box, anytime.”

SEMA Show Attendees can see both Unruli Cargo Management System options in Booth #51404 of the Performance Pavilion, and in the Van/Pickup/Sport-Utility New Product Display.

 

About Reliable Engineered Products, Inc.

Reliable Engineered Products, Inc. is a Michigan based product engineering company that develops solution-based consumer and industrial products with a professional engineering staff that has over 100 years of combined product engineering and manufacturing experience.

 

Contact:

Denise Hummel, Communications Manager

Ph: 517-541-4751

dhummel@stayunruli.com

www.stayunruli.com

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