Mega deal for Roll-Lift and Scheuerle

By Laura Hatton13 September 2013

From left to right: Bernd Schwengsbier (Scheuerle) and Roll-Lift owner Frans van Seumeren

From left to right: Bernd Schwengsbier (Scheuerle) and Roll-Lift owner Frans van Seumeren

Heavy lift and specialized transport company Roll-Lift has signed a multi-million dollar contract for hundreds of axle lines of Scheuerle self propelled modular transporter (SPMT).

The 400 axle lines will be added to Roll-Lift’s transportation fleet. Commenting on the deal, Frans van Seumeren, Roll-Lift owner, said, “Due to the unique way we approach our work and the receptiveness of our clients, Roll-Lift is undergoing a sustained period of unprecedented growth. We had little option but to increase our number of axle lines to meet the current and future demands of the business.”

For an update on the expansion and development of Roll-Lift, look out for another exclusive interview with Frans van Seumeren in an upcoming issue of International Cranes and Specialized Transport.

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