Allroads embraces the future
- From the July 2015 issue.
Over the past 23 years, WA engineering business Allroads has made a name for itself by matching the right load with the right transport equipment. But instead of staying in its comfort zone, the company continues to innovate, as the recent development of its very own moving floor trailer has shown.
In waste management and speciality applications like woodchip transport, self-unloading moving floor trailers are becoming increasingly common on the eastern seaboard as a versatile alternative to a classic tipper set-up. To make the emerging technology more accessible to transport businesses in the west of Australia, Albany-based Allroads Transport Engineers has now developed what Managing Editor Jack Spaanderman says is the first moving floor trailer created west of Adelaide.
“Over in the east, moving floor trailers have started to dominate the waste market, so we thought it was about time someone did something about it over here,” says Jack – revealing that Allroads is now a member of the Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA).
Today, Allroads can supply the WA market with all types of moving floor configurations for both woodchip and waste applications, using only the best equipment sourced from Hallco Live Floors, Cargo Floor and Keith Walking Floors. “Not only do we strive to build the best moving floors, we also strive to build exactly what our clients specify,” Jack says – adding that custom designs are made possible with the adoption of Solidworks design software.
The full story is in the July edition of Trailer. To get your copy, click here.