UK converter Crossland Trucks are back!

Crossland Trucks HQ, Hinstock near Market Drayton, Shropshire.

Designed and built in the UK, Crossland Trucks of Market Drayton are one of the country’s leading conversion companies.

Developed by a team of dedicated and skilled crafts people, proprietors Ian & Tina Walker and their staff have been engineering and building bespoke off-road vehicles since 2007, conversions that have been sent to private and business clients both in the UK and overseas.

2022, the first time Crossland Trucks attended the show. They’ve quickly built a fine retutation for quality and customer service within the conversion industry and expedition truck scene.

Following on from their first Adventure Overland show last year, they continue to raise awareness as a new British builder, and to become a more recognised player in the UK overland truck scene. This they are achieving in leaps and bounds!

Ian Walker explains, “We are a collective of skilled craftspeople, who share a love of our work, and exploration and travel. Centrally based in the Midlands, we have built trucks for a variety of clients, and have the skills and workspace to bring your dream truck to life.

We understand these vehicles can be a once in a lifetime purchase, and we always look to work harmoniously and to the complete satisfaction of our customers.”

Builders of bespoke off-road vehicles since 2007, Walker Engineering Ltd. (t/a Crossland Trucks) don’t just build German MAN trucks … note the Austrian Pinzgauer in the background!

Regarding their presence at the Adventure Overland & Campervan Show, Ian goes on to say … “I would like to say thanks to all the people we met last year at the Adventure Overland & Campervan Show in September, and this year at the ‘Spring’ edition back in April, for the positive and encouraging conversations we had around our vehicle and overland travel in general.

A rare sight – blue skies at the ‘Spring’ edition of the Adventure Overland & Campervan Show, April 2023.

We are now planning and looking forward to the ‘Late Summer’ show (16-17 September 2023), safe travels until then!”




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