Rolland is a French agricultural equipment company specialising in trailers. The firm was founded in 1946 and operates from its base at Finistere in the west of France. It has 15 product families and more than a 100 different models, building around 2,000 units per year.
The range includes dump trailers, spreaders, flat-bed trailers, trailers, cattle trailers, low loaders, sand spreaders, hook lift trailers, forage boxes and dropside trailers. If it is a trailer you need, you can be pretty sure that Rolland provides it. The company is active in more than 30 different countries around the globe.
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The Rolland trailer range is comprehensive, with no fewer than 23 models. A high-speed setting is available on most of these models. The ROLLSPEED range varies in size from 18 to 44 cubic metres and is built to be extremely robust, cheap to run and simple and safe to operate.
The ROLLROC range of heavy-duty dump trailers, meanwhile, is specially designed to cope with the most arduous conditions and ranges from 18 to 21 tonnes capacity. The
TURBOCLASSIC family combines stability, simplicity and strength, boasting a wide chassis and lots of cross members to ensure strength.
TURBOVRAC models have a special door system to give volumes from 21 to 36 cubic metres. Rolland's spreader range is similarly impressive, with 14 models. These are divided into three families. The ROLLTWIN compact family offers a low centre of gravity and capacities ranging from seven to 11 metres cubed. The ROLLTWIN classic range boasts six models, ranging in capacity from 13 to 19 metres cubed. Beater frames are also available. The range-topping ROLLMAX family has volumes of 20 to 37 cubic metres and a selection of spinning decks and beaters.
Rolland's Forest harvest flat-bed trailer range is 24 strong and features lengths of six to 12 metres. The cattle trailers, meanwhile, come in six different models and can transport between seven and 18 animals. The range has many innovative features, such as rubber resin floors, inside partition gates, axle suspension and hydraulic lowering. They are designed to offer comfort for the livestock and easy loading for operators.
The hook lift trailer family has six models and a range of different hook lengths and capabilities, all sharing the same basic chassis.
The low-loader range also boasts six models and ranges in capacity from eight to 32 tonnes. They are specifically designed for the safe and easy transport of all manner of heavy agricultural machinery, from tractors to excavators.
Rolland's product offering finishes off with a selection of vegetable trailers, dropsides, sand spreaders and forage boxes. Ten models mean there is something for almost any application. Many different manufactures offer a range of trailers, but perhaps none is as comprehensive as that of Rolland.
The French company has made the trailer market the sole focus of its operations, and that dedication is reflected in the breadth and depth of their product offering. The quality is not in doubt and the single-minded way that Rolland has tackled the market leaves you in no doubt that a Rolland trailer will serve you well.
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