Freight Wing Incorporated was formed in 2003 by mechanical engineer Sean Graham, with the help of businessmen Patrick Bigatel and Michael Graham. The company’s mission is to provide practical fleet fuel savings through innovative improvements to semi trailer aerodynamics. Freight Wing is a privately held company with a dedicated group of long term investors. Freight Wing Incorporated was awarded a stage one "Inventions and Innovations" grant from the U.S. Department of Energy in 2003, due to the concepts potential to significantly reduce U.S. oil consumption and emissions.
Additional support through the years has been provided by the U.S Department of Energy, U.S. EPA SmartWay Program, Transport Canada and others who have shared the vision and helped bring our ideas into the mainstream of the trucking industry. We are also supported by our fantastic group of Freight Wing employees, manufacturing partners and sales associates who go the extra mile to make sure our fleet customers have the best products and service available.
Why Freight Wing?
Choose Freight Wing because our company knows and cares about our fleet customers. We appreciate being part of the industry and respect fleet needs when it comes to improving fuel economy. Rely on Freight Wing because we are leaders and not imitators who care more about quick profits than about doing things the right way. We have listened and worked side by side with fleets to perfect our products and offer a level of experience that no one else can match. At Freight Wing, we get the job done and leave the hype and exaggerations to others.
The Future for Freight Wing
Freight Wing Incorporated will continue to serve the industry and will expand our product line to maximize the efficiency of all applicable heavy vehicles. We will contribute to the green revolution in trucking that will make American fleets the most efficient and environmentally friendly trucks in the world. We will work internationally with other countries that can also benefit from Freight Wing technology. We will also continue to work with government agencies such as the U.S. DOE and the EPA to make sure fleets employing efficiency technology receive the maximum credit they deserve, beyond the financial benefits.