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Greater Delhi area of India. “Our main market is and


remains Europe, but we also see great potential outside of this continent,” explained Seitz. “Tiiger produces vehicles for the Indian market and countries in Africa and Southeast Asia. “Due to the numerous


infrastructure measures in India, the demand for transport services is increasing. Above all, robust vehicles are in demand that can safely transport heavy


loads from A to B, even under the most difficult road conditions. This is precisely our area of expertise.” Fresh from the factory in


India, the company showcased the Tiiger Smart Duty (SD) modular platform for loads up to 240 tonnes at bauma. Featuring a 53-degree


steering angle and hydraulically supported pendulum axles, the trailer has been developed in Germany but will be manufactured in India and sold in regional markets. TII Group


said the modular transporter is suitable for transporting construction machinery, cranes, wagons and concrete girders, among other things. Other TII India products


include the Tiiger-STB-550 girder bridge, one of which was recently acquired by Indian haulier JH Parabia. The girder bridge, with a capacity of 550 tonnes and an adjustable width and length, will be used for the transport of heavy loads


such as stators and transformers. Also at the bauma exhibition


was the Scheuerle EuroCompact trailer, which is suitable for the transport of loads ranging from 30-115 tonnes. The compact low-bed trailer can be used to transport construction machinery, transformers or plant components. The U5 version of the trailer


was also on display. TII said this model is suited to projects where operators have to tackle problematic infrastructure and approval procedures. Aside from its new wind


blade adaptor, the TII Group will also be launching a European


150 May/June 2019


The Scheuerle EuroCompact trailer is suitable for the transport of loads ranging from 30-115 tonnes.


road vehicle programme that focuses on the EuroCompact at the end of 2019. This will address the different regulatory approval requirements in Europe. Seitz explained: “We will continue to develop our EuroCompact vehicle and make it adaptable for all European markets.”


New platform vehicle During the trade show, Germany-based manufacturer Kässbohrer launched its new platform vehicle, the K.SPS H 4. The non-extendable semi-trailer is designed with a rigid and flat chassis, for the transportation of heavy goods. The light configuration of the vehicle allows an increased payload. The heavy-duty platform


trailer measures 13.6 m in length, and has a gross weight of 54 tonnes. The company also launched


its K.SLH 3 lowbed trailer. “The trailer provides flexible and safe transportation for heavy and ballast loads with its extendable, flat chassis, and low platform height of 875 mm,” explained Kässbohrer. Along with developing its


product range, Kässbohrer has steadily invested in neighbouring countries and expanded geographically. The manufacturer has production facilities in Goch and Ulm, Germany; Adapazarı in Turkey; and Tula in Russia. In 2018, Kässbohrer opened


new facilities in Verona, Italy, and Lyon, France; these strategic


locations enable the company to better assist customers with their operations. Kässbohrer’s largest facility –


its campus in Adapazari – has a 365,000 sq m production area. Featuring advanced manufacturing processes, including onsite electro- chemical coating and an


integrated bio-chemical water treatment facility, the plant also hosts a research and development (R&D) area and a test centre. A 1,800 sq m area enables the production and testing of more than one prototype vehicle at a time. Looking to the future,


Kässbohrer is currently expanding the campus to include a dedicated 60,000 sq m low-bed manufacturing facility, increasing the annual capacity of the plant to 2,500 vehicles. Once complete, all low-bed manufacturing processes will be completed in a single hall and will operate according to Industry 4.0 principles. The plant features RFID


latching crane systems, barcode positioning technology, and robot-assisted chassis welding and painting, as well as automatic surface blasting and metallisation carried out in the integrated coating and paint shop facilities. Meanwhile, the Netherlands-


headquartered Nooteboom showcased its various transport solutions at the bauma exhibition, including its Euro-PX low-loader and its Manoovr


semi-loader with excavator trough and 80-tonne ramps. In addition to its trailer


innovations, ample attention was paid to the recently introduced NoVAB 3.0 axle load calculation program. Originally developed by Nooteboom more than 20 years ago, the updated version accurately calculates the optimal position for loads on vehicle combinations. Users of the program can


choose from a wide range of predefined vehicles, such as box trucks, tractors, drawbar trailers and semi-trailers. If required, the details of these vehicles can be simply adapted, and it is also possible to put together different configurations.


Vehicle selection The same applies to selecting the load. Users can opt for a predefined load or enter the details of a load themselves. Based on all these details, NoVAB then calculates the axle loads and the best possible axle load distribution. For the transport operator, it


is an important tool to help choose the right vehicle combination for a specific load and to prevent exceeding the maximum axle load, explained Nooteboom. The latest generation of the


application is web based, which means the software is updated automatically so that all users have the same version at all times.


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