I bought a Chinese built carrier with additional front rack. I don't know the brand, but could find out for you. I have two remarks/suggestions for you when you look for and find one.
1) Make sure it's well build. Meaning that the steel is proper thickness. When I would tie my bike down to the carrier it would "bananna" when I tightened down the straps. Meaning the bars that extend to be used as tie down mounts are too thin and flex to where the whole ramp just bananna's.
2) Invest in some kind of anti-wobble device or even better yet, weld or take your carrier to a weld shop and modify the carrier so the hitch receiver isn't the only point of attachment as it will be terrible for stability. Not sure if I explained that right but my bike and carrier would rock back and forth depending on road conditions.
Here's what mind looks like:
And here is what an Anti-wobble device looks like...