The story of the Crescent JOBOX® brand began over 60 years ago with a small company that produced and erected farm silos in the fertile Mississippi delta region of the United States. The firm prospered, and in 1961, Delta Consolidated Industries, as the company was then called, designed and manufactured the world’s first “steel crossover truck box” to address a growing demand for secure tool and equipment storage in the beds of pickup trucks, which were rapidly gaining in popularity. These innovative new products were descriptively named JOBOX truck boxes.
Now part of the Crescent line of products made for trade professionals working in industry and construction, Crescent JOBOX still manufactures truck boxes for the more than 2.8 million* new pickups sold in the U.S. each year. The line has grown to nearly 200 different types of secure truck storage solutions and has expanded into flammable liquids safety storage and job site storage products. All feature renowned Crescent JOBOX strength, security, and durability and are proudly designed, engineered, and manufactured in the U.S.A. in the original plant location in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
To continually improve the performance and value of every product, Crescent JOBOX conducts in-depth research, employs cutting-edge technology, and does extensive testing. So whether it’s innovative and attractive storage boxes for work trucks, flammable liquids storage in safety-critical industrial facilities, or durable and secure on-site storage boxes for construction locations, you can count on Crescent JOBOX to deliver superior storage solutions for your most demanding applications.
Crescent. Trusted by the Trades.
JOBOX® - Formerly Delta Consolidated Industries was the first to market back in 1961 with a crossover pickup truck box.
In 1982 JOBOX updates its logo from their original version
in 1987 JOBOX updates its logo again getting closer to the logo we know today with branding from Delta Consolidated Industries as that organization acquires the JOBOX brand.
JOBOX launches Safety Cabinets that comply with OSHA, NFPA specifications and are independently tested and listed by Underwriters Laboratories (UL).
JOBOX launches the Mobile Field Office. The little brother of the wildly popular Field Office now cable of moving through open doors on job sites.