A top trailer firm is helping Welsh rugby colossus Dan Lydiate swap tackling All Blacks for rearing pedigree Welsh Black cattle.
A trailer company has helped create a lasting legacy for a rural community after teaming up with a TV show to transform a vintage horsebox.
A team of trailer makers who sponsor Wrexham AFC were “blown away and humbled" by the announcement about the takeover of the club by film stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob...
A big-hearted trailer firm has come to the rescue of a GP Practice that desperately needed a separate clinical area to assess patients with Covid-19 symptoms.
What do pop megastar Rihanna and country singer the Welsh Whisperer have in common?
A singing sheep farmer whose quirky songs have earned him a legion of online fans is going viral with a new hit about his favourite trailer.
A top trailer firm is restoring a 30-year-old horsebox to its former glory as part of “an exciting” community project being filmed for a new television series.
News that two Hollywood stars want to take over Wrexham AFC has been hailed a “potential gamechanger” by the trailer firm that pledged to stick by the club as it...
Two titans of Welsh rugby have gone head to head in an epic towing battle – with the help of Europe’s biggest trailer maker.
A growing number of entrepreneurs are going mobile as a result of the coronavirus crisis, according to Europe largest trailer maker.
Ifor Williams Trailers has pledged to stick by Wrexham AFC as it battles a massive financial crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Finnmark Ltd, based in Spennymoor, County Durham, which counts celebrities and movie stars among its clients, has launched a fully functioning wood-burning sauna using box van from Ifor Williams Trailers.
The coordinator of a project to help to bring the mysteries of farming and food production to children across Cornwall has vowed to get the show back on the road...
Essential supplies and some treats are being ferried to the COVID-19 frontline at hospitals across North Wales with one of our trailers.
Six Welsh celebrities had a swill time down on the farm when they swapped the red carpet for bales of hay and high heels for wellies in the TV Olympigs.