HOGG 24FT TRI-AXLE BALE TRAILER
This Hogg 24ft Tri-Axle Bale trailer ranges in payload weights from 19-ton to 33-ton.
Hogg Engineering bale trailers are manufactured as tri axles, they also come in a range of different lengths and with varying payloads weights.
- 27 Ton Tri Axle
- Hydraulic Brakes
- Sprung Drawbar
- 8 Stud Axles 40K
- Mini Super Singles
- Front & Rear Bale Rack
- 4.5mm Steel Durbar Floor
- Bale wedge
- Bale rack
- 17.5 Doubles 8 Stud
- High Speed
- D Shackles
- Machine Stop
- Lift Axle
- Euro safe
About Hogg Engineering
Established by brothers David, Michael and Shea, Hogg Engineering is a family run business operating in Co. Derry, Northern Ireland. The business was born out of the brothers’ 40+ years combined work experience in welding, fabrication and agricultural industries.
Hogg Engineering staff March 2019
Taking the leap in March 2019, Hogg Engineering began production on their very first order, a livestock trailer for a local agricultural machinery dealer. This trailer was such a massive success it prompted a stream of orders for new trailers.
Hogg Engineering has gone from strength to strength over the past 18 months, now employing 15 members of staff and moving to a purpose-built manufacturing facility just outside Claudy in Co. Derry. They have also expanded their range of trailers with varying specifications on offer to customers including low loader trailers, multipurpose tipping trailers, livestock trailers, hydraulic beaver tail trailers, bale trailers and slurry nurse trailers. Hogg Engineering will soon also be adding dump trailers and silage trailers to their range heavy duty agricultural trailers.
The Company prides itself on manufacturing heavy duty and exceptionally reliable trailers, using only the highest quality components and engineering processes production. Despite only being a relatively small company and in its infancy, Hogg Engineering trailers have now been sold and shipped worldwide to countries such as Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Germany, Holland and some even going all the way to New Zealand.