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XTRA Lease

XTRA Corporation
Type Private
Founded 1957
Headquarters St. Louis, United States
Parent Berkshire Hathaway

Specializing in semi-trailer rental and leasing, XTRA Lease LLC is owned by the Berkshire Hathaway family of companies headed by investor Warren Buffett. Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, XTRA Lease is the largest over-the-road trailer rental and leasing company in the United States. Formed in 1992 through the merger of Strick Lease and AJF Leasing, XTRA Lease has approximately 50 branch locations throughout the United States and employs approximately 400 people. View a complete list of XTRA Lease trailer rental locations at

XTRA Lease manages a fleet of approximately 75,000 semi-trailers, including variable length dry vans, flatbeds, reefers, chassis, storage trailers and other specialty semi-trailer equipment. XTRA Lease currently rents trailers and leases semi-trailer equipment to credit-approved commercial organizations including truckload carriers, dedicated and third-party logistics operations, private fleets/shippers, local trucking firms, warehousing and storage operations among others.

XTRA Lease also serves the independent trucking sector (owner operators, Class 8 drivers, etc.) selling pre-owned trailer equipment from the XTRA Lease rental fleet at each of their 50 branches.


Alongside trailer leasing and trailer rentals, XTRA Lease is in the business of selling its used trailers at each of its branch locations. In addition, XTRA Lease provides 24-hour emergency roadside assistance, known as RoadWatch, XTRA Xpress electronic paperwork and service notifications, XTRA Care maintenance programs, online account management services and much more. Learn more about XTRA Lease products and services at


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