Max trailer on the move

By Laura Hatton08 September 2015

The MAX100 low loader was the 1,000th model to be made. It was delivered to English sales partner Tr

The MAX100 low loader was the 1,000th model to be made. It was delivered to English sales partner Traffco, based in Northamptonshire

Specialized transport equipment manufacturer Max Trailer in Luxembourg has celebrated construction of the 1,000th unit of its Max Trailer.

Mario Faymonville, responsible for the products, said, “Our customer base grew at a rapid pace, simply because our concept completely convinces the users: premium quality as standard.

“Max Trailer fulfils these criteria, and breaking the 1,000 unit limit is impressive proof. The demand for the various models continues to grow increasingly and the customers find the perfect harmony between cost and benefit,” Faymonville added.

The 1,000th unit was the MAX100 low loader. It was delivered to Traffco in Northamptonshire, UK. The 3 to 5-axle semi-low loader is also available as an extendable model or with ramps.

The Max Trailer series also includes the MAX200, the MAX300 and the MAX400. The latest addition to the line is the MAX510.

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