UK fleet deploys Fruehauf tippers

Fruehauf has received praise from UK-based Manor Farm and Storage for their ‘reliable and robust’ stepframe Smoothsider tippers.

The 70-cubic-yard (approx. 53.5-cubic-metre) capacity trailers are the latest additions to a mixed fleet of tippers.

Manor Farm and Storage Director, Paul Reilly, runs the business with his father Chris Reilley. They attribute the success of their new trailers to their size, shape and quality.

“It’s one of the strongest trailers on the market,” said Reilly.

“They do a brilliant job transporting grain and aggregates. The Fruehauf trailer sits lower, improving stability on the road and enhancing its tipping capabilities.”

The new trailers are expected to be used to transport grain from farms to flour mills in. Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Northamptonshire.

“We do work them hard,” said Reilly.

“The trailers are covering more than 120,000 kilometres per year, so reliability and robustness is crucial. They are also easy to clean and maintain, and we know from experience that Fruehauf trailers are built to last a long time.”

Aside from their new trailers, Fruehauf has also praised National Technical Sales Manager, Karl Spooner, and the team for excellent customer service.

“Karl did everything he promised, ensuring all our trailer specifications were met and ensuring timely delivery of the trailers,” said Reilly.

The manufacturing of the new stepframe Smoothsider trailer is completed onsite at Fruehauf’s 64-acre property in Grantham, Lincolnshire.

In other news, Fuwa showcased its latest innovations at the China Commercial Vehicles Show in Wuhan earlier this month.

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