Wedge-shaped double deck trailers are nothing new. However, one of the hardest challenges was to achieve sufficient height on both decks to cater for standard cages or pallets along the entire trailer length. Limited by a standard 1.25m high fifth wheel and a 4.92m overall height, engineers had to slim down both the neck and 2nd deck thickness but maintain the structural strength required to support over 12 tonnes per deck. Indeed, with a bit more creative thinking, it is possible to achieve a 1.911m (6’ 3 ¼”) minimum height in both top and bottom spaces.
The result of years of development is a trailer suited to any loading bay, is compatible with standard UK fifth wheel heights, has generous head room and no step to overcome when loading.