Since its foundation in 1895, Kraker has built anything that is supported by wheels. This continued until Jan de Kraker decided in 1989 to focus exclusively on the development and production of moving floor trailers. This turned out be smart decision, because Kraker took Europe by storm with this product. Developments followed at a rapid pace. New types were developed, new markets were entered and the customer base grew. Jan de Kraker saw a plan unfold in his head. What if you develop a trailer that you assemble with screw connections, just like trucks and aeroplanes? This would give you a very strong, bolted trailer with a long service life that can come with a unique guarantee. An intensive period of work followed, which resulted in the K-Force.
The SuperEcoCombi (SEC) is being tested in several European countries as a longer brother of the LHV. This combination is already permitted in Finland with a total length of 32 m and a maximum weight of 72 tonnes. Kraker has since delivered the first SEC to PNO and is currently producing the second one.
Kraker Trailers is known for the unique guarantee you get with your Kraker moving floor trailer. A guarantee is more than just fixing faults and carrying out repairs. Kraker gives you security and confidence through the guarantee. You know that you can always rely on our after sales team. Problems are resolved and your downtime is kept to an absolute minimum.
There are several ways to close your roller tarpaulin properly, quickly and securely, e.g. the standard method, with flexible straps or with a quick-release fastener. The choice of locking system depends on the type of transport, among other things, but the visual aspect also plays a role.
Kraker Trailers has an Online Service Centre where you can find all the information you need about your trailer. Simply enter the chassis number in "My Trailer" to find the required information.
A new European law requires that the rear bumper of the trailer be mounted at a lower level. The structure also needs to be reinforced. The EU aims thereby to reduce the number of road fatalities and improve road safety.Kraker has developed a new bumper, a new cantilever and a stronger chassis at the rear to meet the new requirements.