Thousandth Kamag K24 axle line delivered to Sarens

By Laura Hatton02 July 2013

The Kamag K24 modular transporter at Sarens, Belgium

The Kamag K24 modular transporter at Sarens, Belgium

The Sarens Group, based in Wolvertem, Belgium, has taken delivery of the 1,000th unit of Kamag K24 axle line. The transporter was handed over to Sarens at an event on Thursday 27 June 2013 in Belgium.

Ludo Sarens, Sarens president of the board, said, "Having reliable vehicles at our disposal is the most important thing as we have to rely 100 % on our equipment. Those who want to be at the forefront of our business cannot afford to have any breakdowns or malfunctions; therefore, we continue to strengthen our fleet with Kamag modular transporters.”

The K24 is 2,430 mm wide and is suitable for worldwide operation. It has a hydrostatic drive for precise control and electronic all-wheel steering. The transporter can be used for moving large industrial installations, transportation of complete bridges and other large components, the company said. It will add to the Sarens fleet of modular transporters.

Kamag Transporttechnik is part of the TII Group in Germany that includes specialized transport equipment manufacturers Scheuerle and Nicolas.

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