Prangl moved three new 572 hp (426 kW) low floor streetcars for The Pöstlingberg Railway in Linz, Austria. The rail vehicles are the same type as the normal Linz streetcars, but are only 20 m long instead of 40 m. As a result, numerous components had to be mounted on the roof. This led to the new streetcars being almost 4 m high, making it impossible to transport them with a traditional railway trailer.
Consequently, a new logistics strategy had to be developed. A 6-axle rail bridge was used with a curve length of 21 m, constructed on the basis of a low-load trailer. A track section was mounted on the loading floor of the trailer, and a special quick coupling adapter ensured that the individual cars could be easily loaded using a track ramp and a winch. Due to the custom designed transportation solution, it was also necessary to develop a special load securing strategy with the company's safety department.
As a result of the prescribed driving times, the 41 m long and 4.4 m high transport vehicle was loaded during the day and driven from Vienna to Linz at night. The vehicle was only able to enter the city of Linz after 9 a.m. Finally, the new Pöstlingberg Railway was able to recommence operations exactly 111 years to the day after it first started running.