Nooteboom showcases trailers in Munich

By Leila Steed12 April 2019

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Netherlands-based manufacturer Nooteboom Trailers presented its biggest ever low-loader at the start of the Bauma 2019 exhibition.

The 4-axle Euro-PX low-loader and a compact ballast trailer will be on show at the construction equipment exhibition in Germany.

Nooteboom said it would show its Manoovr semi low-loader with excavator trough and 80 tonne ramps. The ramps, each of which can carry a wheel load of 20 tonnes, allow the semi low-loader trailer to carry its full 75.5 tonne capacity at 80 km/h.

The company added that it would demonstrate its NoVAB 3.0 axle load calculation programme. Developed especially for abnormal load customers, the programme calculates axle loads and optimal load positions.

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