Ktwo’s Roadeo Compact and Push Trailer increases capacity by 40%

Ktwo, one of the biggest British manufacturers of farming machinery, has manufactured the Roadeo Compact and Push Trailer which is being hailed the next generation of trailer. It’s been designed to increase capacity by compacting its contents which can achieve up to an additional 40% per trailer.

The Roadeo Compact and Push Trailer is unique in its design because it doesn’t tip to empty it’s produce, instead it compacts and pushes its contents out. This increases capacity through compaction and reduces costs by increasing the volume each trailer can take by up to 40%.

The Roadeo Compact and Push Trailer’s success is also based on its safety and reliability. The chassis and running gear have been designed to provide maximum stability with the very best of on-and-off road handling characteristics as demanded by today’s high-speed tractors. It is fitted with high specification axles and brakes to ensure that the trailer can stop safely in all conditions.

‘’Our Roadeo Compact and Push Trailers are already being used by farmers and contractors in the UK and worldwide.’’ Explains Robbie Polson, Ktwo Managing Director. ‘’We regularly get praise for their time and cost saving benefits to farming. The increased capacity and emptying speeds reduce fleet running costs dramatically.’’

The traditional tipping trailer is likely to be replaced by the safer and cost saving pusher design in the future.

Ktwo launched a prize draw to win 8 weeks hire of The Roadeo Compact and Push Trailer at LAMMA this year and theywill be offering more chances to enter over the next few months. The winner will be drawn in July 2020.


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