Beverage Trailer

Beverage Trailer

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We believe our Beverage Trailer design is innovative with emphasis on accessibility to increase productivity and reduce physical hardships and compensation.


Our goal is to come up with an ‘All in One’ 48' Beverage Trailer that works for & with Magline’s CRDS & CooLift, along with  pallets & kegs → The LLS/LANGENDORF BEVERAGE TRAILER will be the first carrier designed specifically for Magline’s delivery system.

 

 

  • Ergonomically friendly - making it easier to find and keep employees by minimizing the physical hardships and compensation issues - tailgate only 6" from ground level allowing easy access for both rear and sides
  • No Lift Tail Gate saves time unloading and loading
  • Easy Loading - Making use of Magline's established loading first on/last off by customer for a pre-assigned delivery route - no need for side bays to load and unload using a two wheel cart.
  • Built in safety feature regarding stability since the trailer is so close to the ground allowing maximum weight distribution
  • Maximizes cargo space 30%
  • Independent No-Thru Axles design permits a smoother ride
  • Low maintenance axle system
  • 48' unit with 40,000 GVW (also available in a 28' length)
  • 6" height for loading and unloading  → Ride height 10' 12"
  • Route time reduced → No waiting for truck dock space at major stores
  • Self-supporting Structure of Smooth Watertight Panels for side walls and roof which means No Rivets on the outside that eventfully will cause Leaks – Becomes an impressive Rolling Billboards prominently displaying your Company Logo, having No Clusters of rivets eliminates leaks, rippling on the sides and surfaces & everyday maintenance of keeping the trailer clean, waxed and polished can be extremely time consuming because of the rivets. It just makes it less expensive to care for. The panel is an intricate part of the trailer construction. It should be noted that the upper level of the trailer holds 20 tons which is greater weight than the lower level > the lower level has less floor space than the upper level