Fruehauf are the UK’s leading manufacturer of tipping trailers and continue to strive towards being number one in the rigid body and crane grab market.
Manufactured at our 64 acre site in Grantham, Lincolnshire, which is acknowledged for its existing precision engineering and fabrication facilities, Fruehauf products are built to last. Fruehauf build a range of tippers and rigids and are renowned for their production, quality control systems and techniques, with all fabrication processes, shot blasting and painting performed in-house.
Offering market-leading turnaround times, Fruehauf products are robust,
lightweight and versatile enough to suit a range of industries and applications. All Fruehauf tippers and rigids carry full European Type approval.
We now offer a genuine Fruehauf spare parts service for rigids and trailers which are fitted by specialist engineers. Only the very best proprietary components and raw materials are used in the manufacturing process and the quality control and inspection standards are second to none.
Fruehauf are the UK’s leading manufacturer of tipping trailers
and continue to strive towards being number one in the rigid body and crane grab market. Fruehauf, with 90% of the market share, is the leading UK manufacturer of tipper trailers and plankers, now applies their legendary quality, design and construction excellence to the rigid market, where there is enormous demand and potential for growth within the construction and transport industry.
Farmers Weekly Chooses Fruehauf as ‘Editor’s Pick’25th June 2015
Farmers Weekly editor, David Cousins, has chosen our trailers as one of the pieces of kit to watch from Cereals 2015, amongst the likes of drills and ...
Attached is one of the many photographs taken over the past few days by many people of your latest delivery wagon. From its innovative shape and unique delivery it had many people talking about it. From a health and safety point of view it has many advantages over conventional delivery and this has to be a good thing. The shape of the body I believe will help in relieving all Asphalts of the age old problem of segregation. I look forward to seeing more of the wagons on site in the future definitely a new and better way forward. CongratulationsBrian Cody. Project Manager