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Hegmann invests with Nooteboom

Germany’s Hegmann Transit, member of the BigMove group, has added Nooteboom EURO-PX low-loaders and Manoovr semi low-loaders to its fleet.

The latest additions to Hegmann’s fleet will be used for the transport of heavy machinery and includes several four-axle EURO-PX low-loaders with a two-axle Interdolly. The order also includes five-axle Manoovr extendible semi low-loaders with excavator troughs and 80-tonne ramps.

Nooteboom said the Manoovr model is well suited for construction machinery transport jobs; in addition to a high load capacity it is extremely manoeuvrable due to a short combination length.

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www.hegmann-transit.com

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