This trailer is highly suitable for transporting bulk cargo, bales, rolls, pallets and big bags.
A major benefit is the trailer’s ability to handle its own loading and unloading. That enables unloading at locations that won’t be accessible to a tipper or RoRo lorry.
How does it work?
This versatile trailer has earned itself a permanent place in our fleet and is the foundation of our service provision.
While walking floors were still relatively new in the ’90s, they have become ubiquitous in the meantime. The trailer can be used in many applications and may be loaded from above or from the rear.
A walking floor can be used for the transport of bulk cargo, bales, rolls, pallets, big bags and more.
As the trailer can pull cargo inside, it can self-load and can also unload without tipping. That enables unloading at locations that won’t be accessible to a tipper or RoRo lorry. This is made possible by a combination of hydraulically powered floor planks and a moveable partition.
Our version consists of an aluminium cargo area with a volume of at least 90 m3, lightweight aluminium wheels, a cover sheet to protect the sides during loading, a reversing camera, work lights all around and inside the cargo area and reinforced walls to prevent damage during loading or unloading.
In addition, several of our trailers can handle liquids. These trailers can be used to transport oily materials, for example, when a watertight tipper used to be an absolute requirement for such loads.