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MAX Trailer adds turntable unit

MAX Trailer, the company established by the Faymonville Group in 2012, has added the MAX600 turntable trailer to its range of products.




With a choice of three or four axles, this vehicle is perfectly suited for the use in the construction and public works sector, claims the company.

"With the completely flat loading platform it is particularly sturdy and ideal for transporting excavators, construction machinery and other equipment," said product manager Mario Faymonville, adding that various machines can be loaded quickly and safely thanks to solid single or double ramps.

The modular structure of the MAX Trailer vehicles results in a very high proportion of common parts, the company also claims, which is advantageous for the customer when ordering spare and wearing parts. This guarantees maximum interchangeability and decreases material expenditure.

MAX Trailer's product range now encompasses six different vehicle types.

www.maxtrailer.eu

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