Front Cornerposts Go In Loadmaster Upgrade

THOMPSONS has introduced a major upgrade to its heavy duty Loadmaster tipper body. Joint managing director Scott Burton said: ‘Loadmaster was first introduced 25 years ago, and its reputation for reliability and durability in the most arduous conditions is simply unequalled. The original double skinned design featured cornerposts front and rear to provide the maximum possible strength and rigidity. Today though, thanks to ever higher material quality and our more advanced production processes, we are introducing a revised design offering exactly the same performance, but without the front cornerposts.’
And the first 40 such examples are going to London based Cappagh, 25 being standard front end tippers with the remaining 15 specified as tipper grabs. Cappagh was also one of the first customers of the original Loadmaster when it was launched in the mid 1990’s.

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