A "trailer" is a non-motorized vehicle towed by a powered vehicle, like a car or truck. It comes in various types, such as utility, flatbed, enclosed, and more, each serving specific purposes like transporting goods, horses, boats, or recreational use. Trailers play a vital role in providing additional cargo capacity and flexibility for different needs.

High Bed Trailer


A "high bed trailer" is a type of trailer with an elevated platform designed for transporting large or heavy cargo. The term "high bed" indicates that the cargo platform sits at a higher level compared to standard trailers, providing extra ground clearance. These trailers are commonly used in industries like construction and heavy haulage, where they make it easier to load and unload oversized items. They come in different configurations, such as tandem or multi-axle setups, and can be customized to meet specific transport requirements.

    A high bed trailer has several types:
    • 20-foot-high bed trailer
    • 40-foot-high bed trailer
    • 45-foot-high bed trailer
    • Length extendable type-high bed trailer

20-foot-high bed trailer:

Perfect for hauling oversized cargo with extra ground clearance.

A "20-foot-high bed trailer" is a specialized trailer with a raised platform designed for transporting cargo. The "20 ft" specifies the length of the trailer, and the "high bed" indicates an elevated platform, offering extra ground clearance. These trailers are often used for hauling oversized or heavy loads, providing flexibility and adaptability for various transport needs.

Low-bed trailers play a crucial role in the efficient transportation of oversized and heavy cargo. Their design, with a lowered bed, enhances stability and facilitates the loading and unloading process, making them indispensable in various industries.

The low-bed trailer is a kind of machinery transport used trailer with a much lower working platform and a high range of 400mm to 1200mm, which is also called the low-bed trailer, lowboy trailer, machinery transport trailer, equipment transport trailer, etc.


Low bed trailer has several types:

  • Normal-type low-bed trailer
  • Heavy-duty low-bed trailer
  • Dual-lane axle low-bed trailer
  • Detachable low-bed trailer
  • Extendable-type low-bed trailer
  • Modular-type low-bed trailers, etc.

Heavy-duty type low bed trailer: the muscle for industrial giants!

The heavy-duty low-bed trailers are robust and powerful, specifically designed for transporting large and heavy industrial equipment. The term "the muscle for industrial giants" emphasizes their strength and capability.

Heavy-duty low bed trailers are almost the same as normal low bed trailers, but they only come with a higher loading capacity, normally from 80 tons to 140 tons. This type of low bed trailer is a cost-effective type of low bed trailer, usually used for those countries that don't have the special requirements on the axle load and the off-road working environment.

Type of Vehicle

Size of Trailer Bed (M)


Weight/Capacity (Ton)

Number of Axle

Manufacturer/Country of Origin


Low bed Trailer
120 4 India 1
Low bed Trailer
50 3 Russia 1
Low bed Trailer
20 3 Hino - Japan 1

Modular Trailer: versatile and customizable for heavy haulage, efficiently moving oversized cargo.

The modular trailer is a combination of all types of low-bed trailers. With dual-lane axles, a super low working platform, equipment transportation, module splicing, and height adjustable. The only difference from the special trailer is the modular trailer cannot be extended. The types of modular trailers include Nicolas’s type, Goldhofer type, and adapted type of trailers. Different types of modular trailers have their own usage. Specially designed for oversized heavy equipment transportation, loading capacity can be up to 500 tons or more.

Type of Vehicle

Size of Trailer Bed (M)

Weight/Capacity (Ton) Number of Axle Manufacturer/ Country of Origin SICHO Own’s
Low bed Trailer (Drop Duck)
180 4 CD Truck - China 1
Low bed Trailer (Drop Duck)
150 4 CD Truck - China 1

Air Cushioned Trailer

Air-cushion machine, also called ground-effect machine, or hovercraft, any of the machines characterized by movement in which a significant portion of the weight is supported by forces arising from air pressures developed around the craft, as a result of which they hover in close proximity to the Earth's surface.

Air cushions are a sort of fluid cushion that uses compressed air as the lubrication medium. They generate a thin film of air of approx. 0.01 mm on which the load almost floats, allowing it to be moved freely and turned in any direction.