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OVERLANDNEWS ROUND-UP


Trail King inks Goldhofer deal


G


ermany’s Goldhofer and USA-headquartered Trail King have entered into a


distribution agreement to promote each other’s range of trailers around the world. Trail King will act as the sole distributor of Goldhofer’s products in the USA, while Goldhofer will be distributing Trail King products to the rest of the world. Goldhofer will therefore extend its portfolio with the Trail King HT, HST, SA, HDG and HED product lines. Meanwhile, Goldhofer has


appointed Mycsa Mulder y Co as its exclusive sales and service partner for Spain and Portugal,


utilising Mycsa Mulder’s network of 18 service and sales locations.


Nooteboom ramps up Manoovr capacities D


utch trailer manufacturer Nooteboom has introduced 80-tonne


capacity ramps for its Manoovr range. The heavy-duty ramps


can be equipped to the four- axle, five-axle and six-axle extendible Manoovr semi low-loaders, which feature an excavator trough.


Orllati opts for Faymonville semi-trailer S


witzerland’s Orllati Group, which specialises in major construction works, has


taken delivery of a four-axle MultiMax semi-trailer from Faymonville.


The loading platform of the The hydraulic widening


feature allows the platform to be extended from 2.5 m to 3.2 m.


NEWS IN BRIEF


Kässbohrer growth Kässbohrer will develop a new lowbed trailer manufacturing plant in Turkey, has introduced an extended range of lowbed and specialist trailers, and is investing in various research and development initiatives, in order to maintain its rapid growth in European markets.


Drake delivers trailers Drake Trailers has delivered a custom-designed trailer to BJC Heavy Haulage; a 4 x 4 full widener rear- steer trailer to Patlin Transport & Heavy Haulage; and a 4 x 4 deck widener, as well as two O’Phee Trailers tri-axle flat top units to Doolan’s Heavy Haulage.


Nooteboom said the ramps


are designed for handling earthmoving and construction machines weighing up to 80 tonnes.


Aspen unveils M5500-8 Aspen Custom Trailers has introduced the M5500-8 commercial trailer, which features a flush deck measuring 8 m, swing-out outriggers and a rear frame suitable for a fourth flip axle. The hydraulic removable gooseneck lowbed has a payload of 55 tons (50 tonnes).


Sarens relocates crane Sarens has permanently repositioned one of its 1,600-tonne capacity CC8800-1 lattice boom crawler cranes in India.


four-axle trailer measures 8.6 m in length and can be extended by 2.9 m.


Record Silamas order Thailand-based Silamas Group has placed an order for 150 axle lines of Goldhofer THP/SL-L heavy-duty modules. Upon delivery Silamas will have approximately 550 Goldhofer axle lines in its fleet.


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May/June 2018


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