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Andover delivers to AJ Brunt

September 26 - Somerset, UK-based haulage contractor AJ Brunt has taken delivery of a tri-axle step frame trailer from Andover Trailers.

The step frame has a payload capacity of 38 tonnes, which Andover claims is perfectly suited for carrying the wide range of heavy construction plant AJ Brunt transports across the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe.

Martyn Brunt, transport manager at AJ Brunt, says: "We need trailers that have the ability to handle all shapes and sizes of plant, something Andover's units always manage with ease."

The step frame joins five other Andover models in AJ Brunt's fleet, which includes a mixture of step frames and semi-sloping trailers.

AJ Brunt requested the addition of a full-width power-lifting neck ramp to make the loading and unloading process more efficient, says Andover.

 

www.andovertrailers.co.uk

www.ajbrunt.co.uk

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