Commencing operations in Kortenhoevenseweg, Lexmond, Johannes van Eck manufactured farmer tools such as wheelbarrows, milking stools, wooden cabins and folding trailers. In 1932, with one of his four sons, Johannes van Eck switched from the farmer wagons to cabins and loading platforms on A and T Fords. After a fire in 1961, the company moved across the road of Kortenhoevenseweg.
Netherlands-based trailer manufacturer, Van Eck, has a particularly efficient new customer in its ranks with the Claus Reformwaren Service Team.
Transport and logistics solution provider, KLG Europe, has invested in a series of special double deck trailers produced by Van Eck to facilitate special demands for Yamaha Motor Europe.