The manufacturing of belt or walking floor trailers first began back in 1974. The name “belt trailer,” comes from the wide belt that runs lengthwise on the floor of the bed. Most belt trailers measure between 40 and 48 feet in length and a tarp covers and protects the product during shipment.
To unload the trailer the belt is cycled with the use of a PTO pump, electric or gas motor. The belt pulls the product out the back end of the trailer. This system works well, but can be challenging when a chain breaks with a full load on the trailer.
Most belt trailers measure between 40 and 48 feet in length, and haul a variety of products, from corn to feed by-products.
Our fleet of belt trailers hauls primarily local within the state of Nebraska and surrounding area. We deliver corn by-products to the producers to use as livestock feed. If you need product pulled by belt trailer give us a call we’ll be happy to provide you with a competitive quote.