Moving a heavy object or piece of equipment from one place to another involves transporting that object in some manner, whether it be human strength, animal power or in most instances — trailers.
There are as many types of trailers available as there are jobs that need items hauled.
Landoll Corporation Trailer Division has unveiled the “Next Generation Landoll” (NGL) 900D Series Traveling Tail Trailers. The 900D Traveling Tail trailer is equipped with a new hydraulic operating system, nicknamed “HOSS” and an all-new Grote lighting package.
After more than a year of development, the Next Generation Landoll Trailer has arrived. The Landoll Trailer Line is taking a huge leap forward with the introduction of the all new hydraulic operating systems, nicknamed H.O.S.S., and high visibility lighting package.
July marked the arrival of the Next Generation Landoll Trailer and the introduction of the new hydraulic operating systems, nicknamed H.O.S.S., and High Visibility Lighting package. The 400 “A” Series traveling axle trailers will be the first models with these added standard features.
The Landoll Corporation Trailer Division unveiled the “Next Generation Landoll” (NGL) at their annual dealer meeting held at The Landoll World Headquarters in Marysville, Kansas, on April 24, 2015. The 400 Series Traveling Axle Trailers are the first models that have received the new hydraulic operating systems and the all-new Grote lighting package.
Landoll Corporation is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Don Landoll began his company as a small two-man welding shop repairing farm equipment and rebuilding radiators in 1963. With solid leadership, and focus on solving problems for customers with high quality products and solutions, Landoll has become one of the most recognized names in the trailer industry.
Landoll Corporation has a new option for customers that will be operating in the extreme weather conditions of northern Canada and Alaska. The new “Arctic Hose Package” may be installed on the full line of Landoll’s traveling axle trailers.
Landoll Corporation’s model 835D Construction is a 35-ton (32 t) capacity hydraulic detachable non- ground bearing trailer. This two-axle trailer has a frame rating with 12 ft. (3.6 m) and is equipped with flip third axle brackets and air connections as standard equipment.
Landoll Corporation’s new trailer is designed to handle empty 20 ft. (6 m) containers. The Model 342 is a light duty Gooseneck trailer that works well with short single-axle tractors for increased maneuverability. The trailer comes standard with a fifth wheel king pin, 7-way electrical connection and a single air brake axle.
A newly redesigned air-operated upper deck ramp is complete for Landoll Corporation’s traveling tail series. The air-operated ramp allows equipment to easily transition from the lower to upper decks on Landoll’s 900 series traveling tail trailer.
Landoll Corporation has a new option for the Model 455 traveling axle trailer — a hydraulic kicker roller package. This package allows skid-mounted equipment for the oil fields and other industries to be easily loaded from the ground onto the trailer deck.