Atlantic Canada's one-stop sales, service and parts solution.

When you need sales, service and parts for the long haul, Universal Truck and Trailer (UTT) delivers. 

As Atlantic Canada's largest heavy duty truck and trailer dealer, UTT is a multi-brand authorized dealership for Freightliner, Western Star and Manac trailers. 

With a combined 47 service bays at our Dieppe and Saint John locations, a network of satellite service shops across New Brunswick and PEI, and the largest truck & trailer parts inventory east of Montreal, we're the one-stop solution that can save you time and money.

UTT also offers convenient Express Assessment and Speed Bay services.

With nearly 40 years of experience, we are strengthened by our highly-skilled employees who are ready to meet all of your truck and trailer needs. In addition, UTT can provide financing customized for the unique needs of the trucking industry. 

Universal Truck and Trailer goes that extra mile to keep you on the road.  

UTT products and services include:

  • New & used heavy duty trucks
  • Trailers & dump bodies
  • Parts
  • Servicing (class 6, 7 and 8 vehicles, luxury class RV's)
  • Financing
  • Insurance

Careers

At Universal Truck and Trailer we focus on exceeding customer requirements through continuously developing and building technical capabilities in all areas including our Service, Parts, Sales or Administrative teams.

We are always looking for great people.

UTT careers include:

  • Parts Technician
  • Trailer Service Technicians
  • Truck Service Technicians
  • Human Resources
  • Sales

Finding a better way

Engines that reduce emissions

Universal Truck and Trailer sells heavy duty trucks with engines that have an environmental edge. Detroit Engines found in new Freightliner and Western Star vehicles are equipped with BlueTec SCR technology, reducing emissions and boosting fuel efficiency by 3-5%.

This has enabled them to meet greenhouse gas 2014 (GHG14) regulations, a full year ahead of the mandate for certification by The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the NHTSA's first-ever program to reduce heavy and medium-duty truck greenhouse gas emissions.