Talbert Manufacturing

Manufacturer

1628 W. State Rd. 114
Rensselaer, IN 47978
United States
Office: 1-800-348-5232
Company Info
Talbert Manufacturing, Inc. engineers and manufactures to customer specifications a wide variety of heavy haul trailers and specialized transportation equipment. Located in NW Indiana, Talbert has been serving the transportation industry since 1938 covering commercial, military, government, aerospace, and energy applications as well as in-plant material handling movers and manufacturing systems.

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1200 South Akimel Lane
Chandler, AZ 85226
United States
Office: 480-999-0607
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Talbert Manufacturing in the News

Heavy-haul provider, Talbert Manufacturing, is celebrating the 70th anniversary of its mechanical gooseneck patent, which was developed by Austin Talbert, engineer and founder of Talbert Construction Equipment Co. Let's take a stroll down memory lane.
November 8, 2017

Talbert Manufacturing has debuted the 55-Ton Roller Paver (55CC-RP) heavy-haul lowboy trailer for enhanced load versatility and minimal permit costs. The trailer’s concentrated load rating of 55 tons in 12.5 feet of deck allows owners to haul a variety of equipment, including rollers, pavers, excavators and dozers. Talbert also designed the new trailer with dual kingpin settings. These settings allow drivers to operate in states with 43-foot kingpin laws, such as Connecticut, without the need for a permit when traveling empty.
October 17, 2017

If you're in need for a heavy-haul trailer with low clearance, than look no further than the new 50-Ton 50CC-BH trailer that Talbert Manufacturing has designed and engineered. The trailer features rollers and a snatch block that allow you to pull equipment from either end of the trailer using the 20,000-pound planetary in-deck winch via remote control. The 50CC-BH is equipped with three close-coupled axles and features a 22-foot 6-inch lower deck length, plus a 20-foot 5-inch rear bridge, creating a 43-foot load base.
May 19, 2017