Goldhofer and Trail King team up

18 April 2018

German heavy haul trailer manufacturer Goldhofer and US trailer manufacturer Trail King Industries have partnered up to help promote and support each other’s products. This means that Trail King’s products will be available to international customers, whilst simultaneously providing Goldhofer with greater access to the North American and Canadian market. According to the two companies, their customers will benefit from an expanded portfolio.

Goldhofer and trail king

Goldhofer and Trail King have announced a mutually beneficial partnership

“Our experience and innovation have earned us an international reputation for time- and cost-effective solutions in the challenging field of multi-modal transportation,” commented Goldhofer’s general manager (transport technology) and head of sales, Rainer Auerbacher. “We believe Trail King holds that same reputation in the United States and Canada. We are excited to add Trail King’s suite of products to our worldwide customer offering. This alliance puts us in the right position to maintain our standing as quality leaders to meet the various demands of customers in our international markets.”

“We are excited to bring our Trail King brand to international customers by teaming up with Goldhofer,” said Trail King’s president, Joe Kolb. “Goldhofer shares the same value system that Trail King has built upon - a reputation for quality, reliability, and performance. We’re thrilled to now offer our US and Canadian customers a complete range of products for all of their heavy haul needs from the best manufacturers in the world.”

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