Rogers completes 125-ton trailer order

By Sarah Ann McCay22 April 2013

This Rogers 125-ton capacity trailer was built to haul mining equipment in Quebec.

This Rogers 125-ton capacity trailer was built to haul mining equipment in Quebec.

US-based trailer manufacturer Rogers Brothers Corporate has recently completed an order for a 125-ton (114-tonne) capacity trailer for an iron ore mine in northern Canada.

The trailer is 59’ (18 m) long and 13’ wide (4 m). Its running gear has eight axles and a total of 32 tires to haul various types of mining equipment.

This trailer is in use in a mine in the Province of Quebec moving a variety of the very large equipment commonly used in the mining industry. This is just one of several very large trailers Rogers has recently designed and built for the mining industry in locations all over the world.

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