Absolute Rigging adds wind division

By Alex Dahm29 September 2020

The number of wind turbines in South Africa is on the rise. Absolute Rigging and Transport has set up a new division, called Absolute Wind, to focus on transporting wind turbine generator components for the renewable energy industry.

Absolute Wind in South Africa using a Faymonville TeleMax extendable deck flat trailer

On the road with Absolute Rigging and Transport’s new division, Absolute Wind

To move the large concrete tower segments Absolute Wind uses a fleet of extendable 4-axle TeleMax flatbed trailers from manufacturer Faymonville headquartered in Luxembourg. Absolute Wind is a key partner in South Africa, Faymonville said. The company also runs other Faymonville trailers for wind energy projects all over the country.

See a video of the new Faymonville trailers here.

Absolute Wind transporting a concrete wind tower segment on a Faymonville TeleMax

Absolute Wind transporting a concrete wind tower segment on a Faymonville TeleMax

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