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Goldhofer launched the Addrive 2.0 heavy-duty module at this year’s bauma exhibition.


The clean low-noise motor


also meets the stringent standards of EU Stage IV and EPA Tier IV regulations. When the vehicle is not in the self- propelled but towed mode, there is no oil flow within the hydro-mechanical drive system, which prevents overheating in the drive unit and also minimises wear. Other models from


Goldhofer’s product range, including the TU 4 four-axle


trailer, designed for the transport of construction machinery weighing up to 28.8 tonnes, was also presented.


Regulatory requirements When it comes to developing new products and enhancing existing ones, Auerbacher said it is essential to take official approval regulations into account. “To this end, we have created efficient corporate processes with which we can promptly implement current changes to regulatory requirements in our products.” Elsewhere, Luxembourg-


headquartered trailer manufacturer Faymonville Group –which also includes the


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Cometto and MAX Trailer brands – expanded its presence in South Germany, Austria and Switzerland with the acquisition of Germany’s Stürzer Heavy Trucks in January 2019. Following the purchase, the


group established Faymonville Trade & Services, headquartered in Landsberg am Lech. The branch office will become a sales hub for special vehicles from Faymonville, MAX Trailer and Cometto. According to Faymonville, used equipment from all manufacturers is also available from this location, in addition to vehicle leasing services. The group’s range of trailers,


low-loaders and modular vehicles are all designed for special or heavy transport operations. Its 2+6 CombiMAX


We will continue to develop our standard road vehicle EuroCompact and make it adaptable for all European markets. – Volker Seitz, TII Group


features a payload of up to 120 tonnes and can be equipped with the low PA-X pendle axle. The manufacturer’s three-


axle MegaMAX low-bed semi-trailer features a removable gooseneck, which enables loading from its front end, while the three-axle MultiMAX Plus low-loader with lifting platform has been designed to transport lifting vehicles and includes numerous lashing points to secure loads. Featuring a low loading


height of 1.1 m, the three-axle TeleMAX semi-trailer, with double extension, is capable of transporting loads with a large volume. The Cometto range includes self-propelled vehicles with load capacities of 60-70 tonnes per axle line, while the MAX range includes the MAX200 mega-trailer and MAX510 low-bed semi-trailer. Most recently, Faymonville


developed a two-axle, low-bed semi-trailer for agricultural equipment transport. Based on Faymonville’s MegaMAX range, the trailer is hydraulically adaptable. When retracted it is 1.6 m wide and can be extended


up to 3.65 m. Machines with a deadweight of up to 33 tonnes can be loaded onto this trailer. French customer Translyre


has already used it to transport a combine harvester. The combine, which measured 3.5 m wide, was transported on the telescopically extendable low- bed without removing the crawler drive.


Strong global demand According to Goldhofer’s Auerbacher, the company is enjoying steady demand across all regions, despite the ongoing uncertain situations that are developing across the world. “This makes it more difficult for the customer to decide on the equipment requirements well ahead of the projects. Nonetheless, worldwide there is good demand, especially from Asian and European, and some of the American, countries.” Volker Seitz, head of global


marketing at TII Group, agreed. TII Group includes four specialist businesses: Scheuerle in Pfedelbach, Germany; Nicolas in Champs-sur-Yonne, France; Kamag in Ulm, Germany; and Tiiger in the


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