We are here for you – but respecting the COVID rules! 😷
This year has been challenging for all of us, some more than others. However, our team is prepared to support you with our existing high-quality service following strict COVID guidelines in order to ensure everyone’s safety!
The production as well as the sales of the equestrian STX vehicles remains the same as always. Our new website enables clients to be able to discover every small detail of our horse trucks from the inside and outside exclusively online. We have a great variety of new and pre-owned trucks, two horse vans and trailers in stock immediately available for every demand.
Our team is happy to provide more information and consult location-independently if necessary.
Additionally, our office is still open for clients if you would prefer to order your truck in person, following the COVID guidelines of the Belgium government.
Contact us now!
Sales Director – Horsetrucks
Sales Representative – STX 2 Horses
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