Yes, we collaborate with graphic designers to provide sign writing services. They will work closely with you to create eye-catching and professional designs that effectively communicate your message and enhance the visual appeal of your trailer.
The manufacturing time for a custom food trailer typically ranges from 12-14 weeks, depending on the complexity of the design and the current workload. Our team will provide you with an estimated timeline based on your customisation requirements.
Yes, we specialise in creating custom food trailers. You can choose from a variety of options for the exterior design, interior layout, equipment, and branding. We understand the importance of optimising workspace and efficiency, and our team can work with you to design a layout that suits your specific needs and preferences. Visit our custom builds page to learn more.
Yes you may, please refer to the RAL colour chart for reference. Visit our custom builds page to learn more.
For custom-built and ready made orders, a minimum payment of 30% is required upfront to secure/order your food trailer, and the remaining balance must be settled prior to delivery.
Yes, we do offer finance options for our customers. We have partnered with Stadium Finance to provide financing solutions for your convenience. Stadium Finance specialises in vehicle and equipment finance, including food trailers. They can assist you in securing the necessary financing to support your purchase. Visit our finance page to learn more.
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By providing these details, we will be able to provide you with an accurate quote and offer appropriate recommendations tailored to your needs.
Currently, we do not offer a lease or hire option for our food trailers.
Yes, we offer delivery and shipping services for our food trailers. We can arrange for the trailer to be delivered to your desired location within New Zealand.
For lightweight trailers with a single axle and a gross vehicle mass (GVM) under 1.2 tonnes, brakes are not necessary. However, if you require a higher weight capacity, we recommend considering a tandem braked trailer. This type of trailer offers improved stability and weight distribution, providing added safety and performance when towing heavier loads.
The main difference between single and double axle food trailers is the number of axles and their weight capacity.
Ultimately, the choice depends on your needs and the weight and size of your operation.
We have a range of stock available to view at our yard at 12 Aldwins Road, Phillipstown, Christchurch. We are open weekdays 10am-4:00pm, and weekend viewings available by appointment.
Yes, operating a food trailer typically requires permits and licenses. The specific requirements vary depending on your location, so it's essential to research and comply with your local council regulations, zoning laws, and any other necessary permits for food handling and mobile food operations.
The Food Trailers we offer come with the following included:
You know what you’re selling. We know food trailers. Let’s get together and pick out the best trailer for your business.
Contact us to view, select and customise your trailer.