Breadner Trailers is a full service semi-trailer dealership. We offer both new and used trailer sales, specializing in Stoughton, Wilson and BWS trailers. Our services also include a state-of-the-art trailer maintenance department, flexible and competitive financing, mobile service, and a fully stocked parts department.
Our head office is located in the Kitchener Waterloo area, which services Toronto, the GTA and all of Canada. And soon we will also be offering locations in Montreal, Mississauga and Moncton.
Our Commitment to Excellence
At Breadner Trailer Sales we approach each customer as an individual meeting their requirements in a fast, friendly, professional manner.
This level of service, along with other management practices won us the award of being one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies 4 years in a row!
BREADNER is the largest Stoughton Trailer Dealer in Ontario
See Why We Pick Stoughton, and You Should Too!
See the Stoughton Advantage
Wide Slide Over 38% More Weld
At the critical bogie component attachment, Stoughton mounts the suspension to a unique “Wide Slide” rail. The flat mounting surface is a full 3½” on the “Wide Slide” compared to other typical rail surfaces being only 1-7/8” to 2” wide. This gives over 38% more weld than competitive slide rails will permit. A stronger suspension connection reduces structural maintenance and down-time caused by failures in this critical area.
Rear Frame 2″x4″ Vertical Corners
A heavy-duty rear frame with 2” x 4” vertical corner members. A unique feature of the “Industrial Rear” is the 3/8” steel internal corner reinforcement plate. This plate is plug welded inside the top corner joint, in place of the add-on type knee iron stiffeners used by competitors which reduce the clear inside height and width. The door hinges and lights are protected by an integral steel guard located at the top and bottom of the rear frame.
“Dual Tensioned” Roof ( Aluminum)
The roof sheet is stretched across both the length and width of the trailer. The “Dual Tensioned” feature prevents the typical loose roof sheet areas that often exist with other roof systems that rely on glue to keep the roof sheet taut. Loose roof sheet areas puddle and are likely to “oil-can” and crack. The built-in tension is the force that continues to keep the roof sheet tight. The roof bows are securely fastened on each end by two plated bolts with stainless steel washers and nuts for ease of replacement.