During this past week, November 6th to the 8th, Fruehauf attended Freight in the City, a high profile show taking place in London, and also Highways, a show dedicated to the road laying industry, being held out of the Birmingham NEC.
Making its debut to the public and industry was the Aggri-Roll RTS MK3, the latest addition to the Fruehauf range.
The Fruehauf Aggri-Roll boasts a discharge time of two minutes, allowing it to deliver a payload quickly and safely without the need to tip. It is constructed from insulated Hardox, and can carry a load of up to 250 degrees Celsius, making it a versatile addition to a fleet for safer delivery of payloads and carrying different materials.
David Thomson & Rory Holbrook
The Team in front of the newly introduced Fruehauf Agri-Roll
Fruehauf Agri-Roll RTS MK3 – Safest Non Tipping Solution Available
Dennis Eagle attended the event with a newly delivered Dennis Eagle chassis, complete with a Fruehauf Con-Lite body. The vehicle was dressed up in a safety themed livery to highlight the benefits of a low-access cab and also the safety elements that come along with it.
The temperature may have dropped below freezing as Fruehauf headed to LAMMA 2016 in January, but they came away with nothing but positives.
Making their first appearance at LAMMA, the UK’s largest agricultural and machinery show, Fruehauf were the only trailer manufacturers present, and the show generated several leads from farmers and farm contractors alike.
Visitors to the stand were keen to find out more about the range of tipper trailers Fruehauf manufacture – from bulkers and semi-bulkers to aggregates and specialist trailers while they also displayed some of the latest models from their rapidly-expanding range of alloy and steel rigid bodies.
Fruehauf’s ability to consistently manufacture tipper trailers in short timeframes without compromising on quality has contributed to their success, meaning the trailers maintain high residual values and offer significant weight savings.
The show was an unqualified success for Fruehauf, and they are already expecting a return in 2017 – whatever the weather.
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 mowers.
It may surprise some people to find us at a farmers show, but in fact of the 115 or so trailers we make a month, half of whom are involved in the farming industry.
Big farms can run up haulage bills of £30,000, so it can makes good financial sense to run your own truck (and maybe haul your neighbour’s crops too). In fact more than 50% of ag haulage companies were started by farmers.
The Smooth Sider range benefits from the new Performance Chassis and 30mm standard plank sides. There is also a heavy duty step frame version with 50mm plank sides and a thicker section.
Thicker crossmembers over the kingpin create a flatter floor, a top rail shaped to avoid loading damage and an extended near sub-frame increasing strength, make the Performance Smooth Sider the only viable alternative to the Performance bathtub.
Fruehauf headed to Harrogate for Tip-Ex 2015 where they exhibited the newest version of the Halfpipe aggregate tipper trailer and their latest steel rigid bodies.
The new Halfpipe has an improved design and is more lightweight than previous versions with several key features and benefits.
Meanwhile, Sales Director David Thomson also outlines the Fruehauf steel rigid body utility vehicles, which are proving propular in London.
These include the steel rigid body with grab in a new configuration.