Shapes and sizes

Food trailers come in different sizes and shapes to fit various business needs. Small trailers are great for those just starting or with limited space, while larger trailers can accommodate more staff and equipment. Medium-sized trailers offer a balance between portability and functionality. Choose the size that best suits your business needs.


Custom Kitchens

Custom-built kitchens offer flexibility, efficiency, and functionality that pre-built trailers may not. With a tailored layout and equipment, operators can optimize their workflow and maximize space utilization. Custom designs also allow for brand identity and innovation, creating unique and memorable experiences for customers.

Trailer painting and graphics design/vinyl wrap

Colouring or wrapping food trailers is an effective way to increase brand recognition and attract new customers. Custom designs and graphics can make the trailer stand out and serve as a mobile billboard. It also provides protection against weather and wear, and is easy to clean, making it a versatile and cost-effective marketing tool.


Having the proper license for a food trailer is crucial for the success of the business. It ensures compliance with local health and safety regulations, protecting customers from potential health risks. Without the proper license, operators risk facing fines, penalties, and legal actions that could potentially shut down their business. We at TopG Trailers help you obtain all the licensing required to get you up and running.