Westfalia Towbars

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Westfalia are a well known international automotive company, renowned as the inventor of the automotive towbar as its managing director Franz Knobel invented the ball-hitch towbar in 1932. Since then its iconic 50mm design has become a standard around the world. The company is widely accepted and respected within the global market and is one of the leading manufactures in the market for trailer equipment for use with components such as trailers, carries, campers.

However Westfalia are not only known for their singular invention, they are respected as they continue to strive for better quality and innovation, offering one of the highest standards of customer service, and an impressive range of over 1,700 towbars, all designed closely with manufacturers to ensure they are a perfect fit for nearly every car make and model in Europe.

They offer multiple types of towbars, including retractable towbars, detachable towbars, fixed towbars and even offer a range of towing brackets and ball plates. Also using their continuous innovation has led them to develop cycle carriers for use alongside their fitted towbars, such as their BC 60 cycle carrier, which boasts multiple separate to purchase attachments, creating a multifunctional carrier perfect for a modern varying lifestyle.

Due to their ongoing innovation to make designs and fittings more compact convenient flexible and safer than before and quality products and service, Westfalia have been personally selected seven times in a row as the ‘Best Brand’ in the towbar category by the readers of ‘Auto Motor und Sport’ magazine along with many other awards and achievements.

Due to their overwhelming success, Westfalia have company buildings across the globe in countries such as in Germany, Poland, Russia France, Sweden, Italy and Denmark, as well as their one in the UK.

To see a timeline of the history of westfalia check out this link – https://www.westfalia-automotive.com/uk/company/history/

December 21, 2016 |

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