Testimonials

Professionalism, quality and punctuality: the core values of Repinski Transport
Professionalism, quality and punctuality: the core values of Repinski Transport
Kraker Trailers is represented in Poland by TrailerTec Poland. Repinski is one of the regular customers of this branch of TrailerTec. Kraker in Poland has been supplying moving floor trailers to Repinski for years already, where they use the vehicles for their intended purpose: transporting as wide a range of products as possible. Repinski's combinations are impossible to miss, as the company creates true works of art from their vehicles.
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Greenhaul: sustainable transport innovation with Kraker trailers
Greenhaul: sustainable transport innovation with Kraker trailers
In 2015, the British Simon Lee founded the company Greenhaul with his wife. He saw a gap in the market in terms of sustainability in the transport sector, and started transporting biomass (among other things) such as recyclable waste and woodchips. Lee opted for K-Force moving floor trailers from Kraker, with a capacity of 100m3. "Greenhaul hardly ever has to deal with empty kilometres. We drive with a load 95% of the time," Simon says.
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Environmentally friendly aspect of Huckepack transport important for Löblein and De Vries
Environmentally friendly aspect of Huckepack transport important for Löblein and De Vries
The name is very recognisable: De Vries transports mainly recycling products (such as aluminium, scrap metal, plastic and household waste) by road and rail. De Vries' fleet currently consists of 13 trucks and 23 trailers, including eight Kraker moving floor trailers. For rail transport, De Vries mainly uses 50m3 containers. That is about to change, however, as an order for 21 units of 92 m3 K-Force moving floor trailers in Huckepack design will significantly expand the options available to De Vries.
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Post chooses K-Force Agri during beet campaign
Post chooses K-Force Agri during beet campaign
It is a busy time for hauliers of agricultural products. The beet season has started and that means that they often work with all their might to transport the beet from the fields to the factory. Post Handel en Transport from Harderwijk is one such company that goes the extra mile during the beet campaign. Or more than just the one mile. Because while Post normally employs around 60 to 70 people, they scale it up to 160 during the sugar beet campaign. Some of the drivers use Kraker moving floor trailers.
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Hertsens very satisfied with personal approach Kraker Trailers
Hertsens very satisfied with personal approach Kraker Trailers
Hertsens is a family business in the true sense of the word. The company's founder, Hertsens Arnold, joined forces with his brothers in the agricultural sector in 1978. Ten years later, he founded a transport company. A good move, as the excellent service was soon noticed by the City of Antwerp, resulting in a large waste contract. So the company made its entry into the world of waste transport. And successfully so. Because in recent decades, Hertsens grew into one of the largest waste transporters in Belgium.
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Jultra complies with 48-tonne legislation in Belgium with combination
Jultra complies with 48-tonne legislation in Belgium with combination
In a previous newsletter, we wrote about Belgian transport company Jultra. Jonas Claes ordered a new trailer from Kraker, which in combination with the truck loaded may weigh a total of 48 tonnes. This Kraker trailer is the first moving floor trailer on Flemish roads that meets all the requirements of the Belgian 48-tonne legislation.
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