€3 500
LOW PRICE
Construction year
2010
Gross weight
4,500 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€3 500
LOW PRICE
Construction year
2008
Gross weight
10,500 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€1 600
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
1992
Gross weight
2,500 kg
€6 990
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2014
Gross weight
16,000 kg
€12 900
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2015
Gross weight
10,000 kg
€12 800
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2014
Gross weight
12,500 kg
€12 900
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2015
Gross weight
10,500 kg
€6 500
HIGH PRICE
Construction year
2006
Gross weight
10,500 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€15 950
HIGH PRICE
Construction year
2004
Gross weight
20,000 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

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Construction year
1993
Gross weight
22,000 kg
€2 900
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2010
Gross weight
16,000 kg
€1 900
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2001
Gross weight
16,000 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€5 940
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
1990
Gross weight
6,400 kg
€4 900
HIGH PRICE
Construction year
2003
Gross weight
10,000 kg
€9 250
HIGH PRICE
Construction year
2012
Gross weight
18,000 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€4 500
HIGH PRICE
Construction year
2010
Gross weight
16,000 kg
€3 700
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
1999
Gross weight
11,000 kg
€2 900
HIGH PRICE
Construction year
2006
Gross weight
16,000 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€5 041
NO PRICE RATING
Gross weight
2,700 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€2 700
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
1998
Gross weight
21,500 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€5 683
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2012
€8 900
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2014
Gross weight
18,000 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€79 350
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2006
Gross weight
100,000 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€1 400
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2005
Gross weight
8,000 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€2 300
NO PRICE RATING
Construction year
2007
Gross weight
10,000 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

€6 950
NO PRICE RATING
€2 900
MARKET AVERAGE
Construction year
2006
Gross weight
18,000 kg
Price upon request
Construction year
2011
Gross weight
18,000 kg

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

Price upon request
Construction year
2009

Flatbed tarpaulin trailers

Price upon request
Construction year
2007
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Flatbed tarpaulin

The flatbed tarpaulin trailer, also known as flatbed tarp, is a great way to move steel, lumber and similar transport carefully. It is similar to the flatbed tarp truck, with the main difference that the trailer does not have a cab: it is the chassis with skeleton and tarpaulin. The flatbed tarp trailer can be manoeuvred with a pulling vehicle and can be loaded and unloaded independently from the cab. For transport, it needs to have a motorised vehicle connected.

Protect from weather

Flatbed tarps are typically equipped with a dry box skeleton with tarp on both sides, or a flatbed with changeable ribs supported by a tarp. Tarp comes from the word tarpaulin: common language for plastic coated fabric. Its purpose is to protect the load from all sorts of weather conditions and make the load invisible from the outside. The flatbed tarp trailer is not commonly used to transport machines or large tools for construction work. Moreover, it serves as a means of transport for material and smaller items, boxes, supply wagons, attractions for entertainment purposes, furniture, loaded pallets and such.

Loading and unloading

The flatbed tarp trailer commonly has no enclosure or doors. Loading and unloading can be done from the sides or from above: often the sides can be lowered to reach the flatbed. Above, there’s a skeleton and on top comes the tarp. To load a flatbed tarp trailer from the side, the tarp needs to be pulled to the top. That way, the skeleton can be dismantled. To load or unload from the top, the tarp is pulled forward and again the skeleton will be dismantled partially. A flatbed tarp trailer is the oldest form of a closed box truck but still highly popular and listed often on Tradus.

Listings on Tradus

Sellers throughout Europe list many used flatbed tarp trailers. Brands include Möslein, Krone, Sonstige, Humbaur, Panav, Dinkel, Böckmann, and Fliegl. They come in all sizes and shapes, varying from 7 meters to up to 16 meters. Choice varies depending on the job that needs to be done.

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