It is not actually that complicated of a part. To do it properly though does need some details that I did not find. The page you (sort of) linked includes a link for a datasheet, but a quick scan through it did not locate the mechanical information for the board. The dimensions and coordinates (offsets) for the pins and terminals. With that a simple working (very plain) part could be created easily. Making it pretty (adding graphics to look like the board) takes a lot longer. For me.
You can always ask the vendor / manufacturer, if you can find contact information for them. If they have (and will publish) eagle drawings of the board, there is a tool available that can generate a Fritzing part from them.