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Flatbed open trailers

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Weight
3,000 kg
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Flatbed open trailers

€5,250
Construction year
2008
Weight
11,900 kg
€21,750
Construction year
1997

Flatbed open trailers

Construction year
1997

Flatbed open trailers

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Construction year
1980

Flatbed open trailers

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Construction year
1995

Flatbed open trailers

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Construction year
2007

Flatbed open trailers

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Construction year
2008
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Construction year
2000

Flatbed open trailers

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Construction year
2011

Flatbed open trailers

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Construction year
2009
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Construction year
1999

Flatbed open trailers

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Construction year
2012

Flatbed open trailers

€2,605
Weight
2,500 kg

Flatbed open trailers

€1,176
Weight
1,300 kg

Flatbed open trailers

€1,849
Weight
2,500 kg
Construction year
2001
Weight
36,000 kg

Flatbed open trailers

€8,200
Construction year
2008
Weight
18,000 kg

Flatbed open trailers

€1,084
Weight
1,300 kg

Flatbed open trailers

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Construction year
1995
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Construction year
1996
€4,450
Construction year
1987
Weight
18,000 kg

Flatbed open trailers

€13,402
Construction year
2010
€7,800
Construction year
2008
Weight
18,000 kg
€7,990
Construction year
2007
Weight
24,000 kg
€4,500
Construction year
2014
Weight
710 kg

Flatbed open trailers

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Construction year
2001
Weight
550 kg
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Flatbed open

Open flatbed trailers are among the most popular trailers used for freight shippings. The ‘open’ refers to the top of the trailer, which is open and can be covered with a tarp. The flatbed refers to the bed of the trailer, which can be equipped with sides and closed from the back. Open flatbed trailers are commonly used to transport building material and tools, but also many different granular materials such as sand, clay, and gravel.

Loading and unloading efficiently

The open flatbed commonly has closed sides and a closed back: whatever is inside will not be moved during the transport. Loading and unloading is efficiently done in an open flatbed trailer and in most cases, a forklift is used in this process. A tarp can be used to protect the load from weather conditions. Not all open flatbed trailers have sides and a back that opens and closes: large car trailers are often seen without. These trailers are a good fit for transporting large machines that can be tied to the bed.

Materials

Most open flatbed trailers are made from steel or aluminum or from a steel/aluminum combination. The advantage of aluminum is its resistance against rust and corrosion, besides the fact that it’s lighter than steel and therefore fuel-saving. Steel flatbed trailers also need more maintenance than aluminum trailers and are therefore decreasing in popularity. The weight of the open flatbed differs: they go from a lightweight 3,500 kg to a massive 32,000 kg. Depending on the job that needs to be done, there certainly is an open flatbed trailer for all tasks.

Large amount of listings

The open flatbed trailer is available in dozens of brands on Tradus. Among available brands are Krone, Möslein, Schmitz Cargobull, Inny, Neptun, Kogel, Fliegl, Wielton, Ackermann, Panav, and Schwarzmüller. New used flatbed trailers are listed every day.