Setting a New Standard: Brandt Launches Latest Heavy Haul Trailers Lineup at CONEXPO

Brandt is launching its lineup of new heavy haul trailers at the upcoming CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2023 tradeshow. On display are the C550 55-ton construction trailer and the H850 85-ton square-tail trailer. These trailers are reliable, designed with longlasting components that eliminate costly repairs and reduce the total cost of ownership.

Brandt C550 55-ton Construction Trailer

The H850 has a narrow, low-profile gooseneck to load equipment further forward to balance the load, and the C550 delivers the largest deck well in the industry to haul a variety of equipment with ease. They are also backed by unmatched customer service and support.

Through its collaborative product design process, Brandt has consulted extensively with customers to create heavy haul trailers that set the standard for the industry, providing versatility and reliability in a premium product offering.

Brandt H850 85-ton Square-Tail Trailer

“Four years ago, contractors and heavy haul truckers told us they needed more reliable trailers that would help them get the job done faster. We listened. With that valuable feedback, Brandt engineers created purposebuilt trailers with unique innovations to increase productivity and make the workday easier for operators.

said Chris Semple, President—Manufactured Products at Brandt.

Work Ready Brandt Heavy Haul Trailers feature a full range of open-deck models with mechanical, hydraulic, or fixed goosenecks, multiple lengths/widths and capacities, jeeps and boosters, and other custom configurations. This premium trailer lineup is available to customers through a growing network of company-owned and independent dealerships across North America.

Brandt C550 55-ton Construction Trailer

Source: Brandt

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