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Hallamore increases fleet with Faymonville

Hallamore has added two trailers from Faymonville to its fleet including a four-axle TeleMAX platform trailer.

According to Faymonville, the stretch single-drop trailer is ideally suited for wind blades as well as any other extremely long cargo.

The Boston, Massachusetts-based company also purchased an extra low double-drop MegaMAX trailer that features king-pin steering and an override remote control. The fourth pin-on/flip axle helps to increase the legal payload of the combination and ensures even more versatility going from state to state, said Faymonville.

Faymonville added that when closed and empty, both trailers measure less than 53 ft (16.15 m) in length and 100 inches (2.5 m) wide, which means they do not require an escort or permit.

www.faymonville.com

www.hallamore.com

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