All Nooteboom articles – Page 2

  • Collett & Sons transported a turbine for the Muirhall2 Wind farm. It is the first project to com
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    Testing transports

    2014-07-29T09:14:00Z

    As wind turbine components keep getting bigger the challenge for transport companies and equipment manufacturers to overcome these difficulties gets ever more complicated. Laura Hatton reports

  • The 8-line semi low-loader Nooteboom MCO-PX Multidolly 2+6
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    Ulferts & Wittrock expands with Nooteboom

    2014-03-14T12:15:00Z

    Crane and transport service provider Ulferts Wittrock in Germany has taken delivery of several new Nooteboom specialized transport semi-trailers

  • The Nooteboom 3+6Pendel-X low-loader
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    Nooteboom launches nine-axle trailer

    2014-01-24T19:14:00Z

    Netherlands-based Nooteboom Special Trailers has launched a new PXE low-loader with nine axle lines

  • This Nooteboom 3-axlesemi low-loader is the latest addition to the fleet of PEMA Truck & Trailer
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    PEMA adds more Nooteboom trailers

    2013-10-14T10:10:00Z

    PEMA Truck Trailer Hire, based in Herzberg am Harz, Germany, has added new Nooteboom semi low-loader trailers to its fleet

  • The latest Nooteboom hydraulically steered access platform semi low-loader
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    Nooteboom launches semi-low loader

    2013-09-16T12:08:00Z

    Manufacturer of specialized transport equipment Nooteboom has launched a new semi-low loader trailer for access platforms

  • Trailer specialist Nooteboom's semi low-loader for access platforms
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    Nooteboom to launch AWP trailer

    2013-08-27T10:25:00Z

    Trailer specialist Nooteboom will launch a semi low-loader designed for the transportation of aerial work platforms at Matexpo in September

  • ALE with 4-axle Nooteboom Telestep
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    Nooteboom delivers for ALE

    2013-07-22T16:06:00Z

    Heavy transport and lifting provider ALE in the UK has started taking delivery of an order for 16 Nooteboom trailers

  • The Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 being transported
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    Schot Verticaal Transport acquires first Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1

    2013-02-06T12:28:00Z

    The first 750 tonne Liebherr LTM 1750-9.1 telescopic wheeled mobile crane has gone to Schot Verticaal Transport in Alkmaar, the Netherlands

  • An increase in orders means that production is being stepped up at Nooteboom and around 20 people ar
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    More capacity at Nooteboom

    2011-03-14T12:40:00Z

    An increase in orders has led Nooteboom Trailers to increase production of its equipment for abnormal road transport and to add to its workforce

  • Nooteboom Mega Windmill Transporter for Felbermayr in Austria
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    Felbermayr chooses Nooteboom for turbine transport

    2009-10-30T13:03:00Z

    Austria-based transport and lifting company Felbermayr, from Wels, has expanded its fleet of equipment for transporting wind turbines

  • The hydraulic load floor of the Nooteboom access platform transporter has a very small angle of grad
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    Lower cost transporter for access platforms

    2009-05-18T11:52:00Z

    Dutch transport specialist, Nooteboom, has added a low-cost version to its range of semi low-loaders for transporting access platforms and telehandlers.The semi low-loaders have a specially reinforced chassis for highly concentrated loads, a hydraulic load floor and axles with hydraulic steering.

  • Nooteboom's new 7 by 2.75 m ballast semi-trailer has a 17 tonne payload
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    New Nooteboom ballast trailer

    2009-05-11T15:35:00Z

    Dutch specialized trailer manufacturer Nooteboom has launched a 7 by 2.75 m ballast semi-trailer

  • An eight-axle Nooteboom semi low bed used by APB-Plzen to transport large and heavy wind turbine tow
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    Czech investor

    2008-05-09T09:02:00Z

    APB-Plzen, a Czech company headquartered in Nezvestice, has strengthened its position in the wind turbine and special transport sector by making a major investment in trailers. Activities are not limited to transport within the former Eastern bloc countries and are now spread throughout Europe. Gino Koster reports