Trinity Manufactoring couldn't just create a hauler withoug having something to load it with. Enter the Asteroid Loader -Loader for short-. A large craft that will clasp large asteroids and load it in a Comet Camel (obvious).
Side View: Here's a good visual on the size comparison between the main body and the claws themselves.
Back View: A very sturdy back for the unknowing collisions.
Cockpits. They are seperated for viewing purposes. Make sure the asteroid is not bigger than it appears (though computers handle that). Its the just-in-case factor.
The Power Claws. The lower bigger one is for scooping up. The upper smaller one is for reaching around.
The engines swizzle so that the Loader can manuver better in tight situations. The engines are small but that's because Loaders don't go too far on their own, larger carriers do that work.