SCS Blog Posted January 20 Share Posted January 20 The state of Oklahoma is home to a variety of industries, and today we are happy to share with you previews and information on some of the new and unique depots that you'll be able to deliver to in our upcoming Oklahoma DLC for American Truck Simulator. Please mind, due to the development still being in the early stages, the following screenshots are not from a completed map as the areas are still a work-in-progress.Tire Factory One of the wheely unique industries in Oklahoma is the presence of two of the most famous tire manufacturers in the world. Based in the cities of Lawton and Ardmore, the state's history of tire-making stretches back nearly a century. At full capacity, both factories combined can produce up to 108,000 tires a day, providing drivers around the world with safe rubber on their vehicles and truckers busy all year round! Gas & Chemical Distribution Oklahoma is among the top oil and natural gas-producing states in the country. With a lot smaller towns and industries depending on the distribution of gas and chemicals for a number of uses; Truckers in Oklahoma will be able to take on jobs from larger depots to deliver across the state and beyond. Be sure to have your tanker trailers clean and ready! Bus FactoryDid you know Oklahoma is also known as 'The School Bus Capital of the World'? In the city of Tulsa, up to 11,000 of the iconic yellow American school buses are constructed and rolled out every year. From engine parts to paint, the factory has a rolling assembly line that requires constant delivery of essential materials to keep production moving and on target. Municipal DepotsPublic and Emergency service vehicles require a high amount of maintenance and upkeep to make sure they are safe on the road. Everything from public buses to ambulances have their own depots, garages and warehouses where they are maintained for safe usage on the road. Truckers will be able to contribute in delivering parts among other materials to these important vehicles on the road. Electrical Appliance Factory Everything from air conditioners to transformers (no, not the robots in disguise) are produced here. While these factories are quite generic, truckers will be able to haul an array of different electrical appliances to deliver across the state of Oklahoma and beyond! River PortBased on a real port located along the river in Tulsa, this hub serves as an important transshipment point for all imports and exports transported by boat to continue their journey forward by a range of transport including Truck! Its public and private terminals serve grain, dry bulk, breakbulk, and bulk liquids. And large volume is no problem. In fact, customers send and receive over 2.2 million tons of cargo each year by barge, rail, and truck. Furniture StoreFrom tables to bed frames, these stores provide locally sourced and built furniture. This depot specifically compliments the many woodworking industries that can be found across American Truck Simulator. From the source to the product, you can be a part of the process in this unique industry. Tulsa AirportFrom Oklahoma to the world, Tulsa airport serves as an important hub for both visitors and cargo alike. Home to a handful of logistic operations, with daily cargo flights departing for larger hubs across the states, it is a vital part of the freight network which can deliver cargo across the world quickly and with precision. You may even find yourself delivering or picking up some unique cargo at the airport, which is a round-the-clock operation. There is always plenty of options when it comes to haulin' in our upcoming Oklahoma DLC. Whether your company specializes in tankers or refrigerated trailers, there will always be a job waiting for you in 'The Sooner State'. We look forward to sharing more previews in the future. Until then, if you like what you see, be sure to add Oklahoma to your Steam Wishlist! View the full article 1 Hurr durr I'm a bot *beep* Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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