New EU44T Step Frame Low Loader from McCauley Trailers


McCauley Trailers, Toombridge, County Antrim has launched a new EU44T Step Frame Low Loader, sold under its MAC Commercial range of trailers. The EU44T is the latest product developed and manufactured by its experienced in-house engineering team that spans 70 years’ expertise in building trailers of all shapes and sized.

Word from McCauley’s is that there is already a waiting list for build slots of this new model. It’s key features of what’s available on this trailer are as follows:

  • C&U weight 44,000kg
  • 6-tonne rated pivoted D-rings
  • 8mm chimes folded channel
  • 500kg lighter than its CAT1 Step Frame
  • Total Length 13,300mm (excl. ramps)
  • 10-tonne Granning Air Suspension
  • Stainless steel toolbox
  • 235/75R17.5 Goodyear tyres as standard

MAC Trailers is the brand name of McCauley Trailers Ltd, encompassing the company’s agricultural, commercial and bodies range. Since establishing in 1955, McCauley Trailers Ltd has evolved from manufacturing livestock trailers, plant trailers and bespoke made to order trailers to producing one of the largest ranges of trailers available for commercial and agricultural vehicles. All MAC trailers are built with brand new parts and meet all European Union and exporting regulations.

Today, McCauley Trailers Ltd has established itself as a specialist in trailer design and fabrication. The company has invested substantial resources in research, development and product innovation. It supplies trailers to a wide range of companies in the industries of agriculture, construction, forestry, waste handling, quarrying, transportation and public utilities.

McCauley Trailers Ltd has an international market presence in more than 16 countries. Since beginning exporting in 2004, the company has experienced considerable growth in export markets and has successfully set up partners in Finland, Norway, Denmark, Holland, Germany, Australia, America, Switzerland, France, Sweden, Belarus, Estonia, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Iceland, and Cyprus.