Goldhofer to show P12 trailer at ConExpo

By Lewis Tyler25 January 2023

Specialized transport equipment manufacturer Goldhofer is to exhibit its latest innovations for the USA at ConExpo in March, including the new P12 Plus highway trailer.

According to the Germany-based company, the P12 offers “decisive advantages for successful operations with a modern fleet,” and can be operated in a 6, 9 or 12-axle version.

The P12 PLUS highway trailer The P12 Plus highway trailer from Goldhofer. (Photo: Goldhofer)

The 12-axle version is said to come with a maximum payload of up to 127 tonnes and an axle load of 12 tonnes.

The semi-trailer can also be adapted to handle various loads that go with everyday heavy haul operations and “ensures optimum fleet capacity utilisation.”

The company, which debuted a three-axle semitrailer for demolition and construction equipment at the Hillhead 2022 show in the United Kingdom, says the machine comes with an extensive range of accessories such as loading decks and turntables for transporting long and heavy loads.

Jerry Rothwell, director of sales, North America, said, “A wide range of jobs with just one vehicle – Goldhofer’s P12 Plus represents our wealth of experience with the successful THP series transferred to the highway transportation market.

“Thanks to its variability, heavy haul companies can now ensure punctual delivery of diverse special and everyday loads across state lines with just one vehicle.”

As well as the P12, Goldhofer will also exhibit the Addrive 2.0, FTV 850 blade carrier and STZ-VL lowboy trailer.

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