US Liner Company Releases “The Lighter Side IV – Sales Pool” in Popular Video Series

US Liner Company (USLCO), the world leader in engineered reinforced composite materials, premiered the latest in its Lighter Side video series with a Dead Pool spoof titled, “Sales Pool – The Search for the Cure.” This new video, the fourth in the series, introduces Versitex AM, US Liner’s new antimicrobial liner product.

“The Lighter Side videos are developed to get our marketing message out in a humorous presentation that makes it memorable,” said Jeff Meek, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for US Liner.

In this video, Sales Pool and the ‘normal cast of characters’ interview and hire a sales team to teach the world about Versitex AM with Sanafor®, used for antimicrobial protection for trailers, truck bodies, rail and shipping containers. Sanafor® is built into the US Liner Versitex® AM thermoplastic panels during the manufacturing process. The company says this built-in protection eliminates 99.4 percent of harmful bacterial, mold, fungi and algae on contact. The antimicrobial protection does not wash off or wear away and helps provide ongoing protection against harmful microorganisms throughout the useful life of the liner.

As part of the development process Versitex® AM treated panels were tested using ISO and ASTM published test protocols demonstrating the effect of inhibiting the growth of microorganisms up to 99%. Versitex AM panels have been approved by the FDA for use in food transport applications, helping carriers comply with Food Safety Modernization Act standards and protocols.

About US Liner Company

Headquartered near Pittsburgh, in Cranberry Township, PA, U.S. Liner Company is a division of American Made, LLC, which was founded in 1983. Since 1998, the company has been a leading supplier of composite materials that are widely used in the truck/trailer market and supports an ever-widening range of applications in the automotive, RV, rail and intermodal transportation, building products and military markets. To find out more, visit: