We specialise in manufacturing quality tandem trailers in Melbourne, Victoria that suit your specification and requirements. With over 30 years of experience building trailers, we know what it takes to build quality tandem trailers.
With a diverse range of tandem trailer requirements from various customers over the years has helped us gain experience and we are equipped to handle almost any trailer needs.
Every Tandem Trailer is manufactured and designed with the best technology out there and built with high quality materials from the most reliable australian suppliers in our industry. This assures that our trailers are built to last and are guaranteed to have optimum performance, perfect finish and design, high load bearing capacity and most importantly built to Australian safety standards.
We have a wide range of tandem trailers in several sizes and designs that are out there in the market. Our tandem trailers for sale come with multiple load weight options upto 4500kgs GVM. All units also come with a broad range of optional extras as well.
Our website will give you the option to choose from a standard list of tandem trailer sizes we have available and add any extras you want to it including custom colours, swivel jockey wheels, spare wheels, new tyres, hydraulic brakes, suspension, adding a cage, toolboxes, ladder racks and more. Once we receive your order, we start working on your trailer and keep you informed of the progress throughout.
We are confident that we are the best tandem trailer manufacturer in Melbourne, Victoria and if you are looking for a quality trailer to be custom built, then don’t hesitate to call us or visit us our trailer manufacturing unit in Campbellfield , Melbourne to further discuss your requirements.
Tandem trailers are multi-axle trailer configurations with two or more axles placed in tandem. This type of trailer is typically used to transport heavy objects and can be found in numerous industries, such as construction, manufacturing, and trucking. The tandem axle configuration allows for increased capacity due to the additional support from the second axle, allowing for a greater load to be carried than would be possible with a single-axle setup.