Kübler takes delivery of two Doll Panther trailers

By Laura Hatton12 April 2013

The Doll panther vehicles with 4-axle semi-trailers

The Doll panther vehicles with 4-axle semi-trailers

Forwarding agency Kübler from Michelfeld Erlin, Schwäbisch Hall, Germany, has taken delivery of two Doll Panther trailers.

The contract for the two vehicles was signed by Heinz Roeßler, director of the company, at last year's IAA commercial vehicle show.

The 4-axle semi-trailers have independent wheel suspension and 12 tonne axles. Features include a low loading height of 850 mm, a steering angle of 55 degrees and an adjustable deriving level for ground clearance.

One of the vehicles is a single extendable, the other is designed as a double extendable extension, the company said. The S4E-T can reach a length of up to 25 metres and comes with a payload of 55,650 kg. Additional extensions can also be used to transport longer goods.

The two Panthers were delivered in March 2013.

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