Trailer fleet expansion

By Christian Shelton01 September 2020

Oudenbosch, Netherlands-headquartered exceptional transport provider Mammoet Road Cargo has expanded its capabilities with the purchase of nine new Nooteboom trailers. Mammoet Road Cargo developed from the heavy lifting company Mammoet. It used to be a specialised division within that organisation and became an independent company through a management buy-out in 2001.

The nine trailers fall into four different types: 2-axle Euro low loader; 3-axle semi lowloader; 4-axle low semi lowloader; and 3-axle megatrailer. According to Nooteboom, this diversity will particularly help it better serve customers in the crane, construction equipment, marine and offshore, project cargo and aerospace sub-markets.

Mammoet Nooteboom 1

Four different types of trailer will aid Mammoet Road Cargo serve sub-markets including cranes

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