A trailer is a non-powered vehicle that is towed by a powered vehicle. In the context of logistics, trailers are used to transport goods from one location to another. This can be done via road, rail, or water.

There are many different types of trailers that are designed for different purposes.

  • For example, there are trailers that are specifically designed for carrying livestock.
  • And others that are designed for carrying hazardous materials.
  • The type of trailer that is used will depend on the type of goods being transported.

Trailers can be attached to a variety of different vehicles, including trucks, buses, and cars. In some cases, multiple trailers may be attached to a single-vehicle. These are known as “articulated” or “piggyback” trailers.

Trailers are an essential part of the logistics industry and are used in a variety of applications. For example, they are commonly used in long-distance haulage, as well as for local deliveries.

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