A special delivery


Three semi-tractor trailers hauling 85 foot long silos prepare to turn from Fair Road into the parking lot of Advanced Composites Wednesday, Jan. 18. A total of four silos were driven more than 500 miles from Mosinee, Wisconsin, by Transport National. The replacement silos will be used to hold plastic pellets that will be dyed before being shipped out. The silos are 15 feet wide.

Three semi-tractor trailers hauling 85 foot long silos prepare to turn from Fair Road into the parking lot of Advanced Composites Wednesday, Jan. 18. A total of four silos were driven more than 500 miles from Mosinee, Wisconsin, by Transport National. The replacement silos will be used to hold plastic pellets that will be dyed before being shipped out. The silos are 15 feet wide.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Three semi-tractor trailers hauling 85 foot long silos prepare to turn from Fair Road into the parking lot of Advanced Composites Wednesday, Jan. 18. A total of four silos were driven more than 500 miles from Mosinee, Wisconsin, by Transport National. The replacement silos will be used to hold plastic pellets that will be dyed before being shipped out. The silos are 15 feet wide.

Three semi-tractor trailers hauling 85 foot long silos prepare to turn from Fair Road into the parking lot of Advanced Composites Wednesday, Jan. 18. A total of four silos were driven more than 500 miles from Mosinee, Wisconsin, by Transport National. The replacement silos will be used to hold plastic pellets that will be dyed before being shipped out. The silos are 15 feet wide.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/01/web1_SDN012017NewSilos.jpgThree semi-tractor trailers hauling 85 foot long silos prepare to turn from Fair Road into the parking lot of Advanced Composites Wednesday, Jan. 18. A total of four silos were driven more than 500 miles from Mosinee, Wisconsin, by Transport National. The replacement silos will be used to hold plastic pellets that will be dyed before being shipped out. The silos are 15 feet wide. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News