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Absolute makes Scheuerle-Kamag buy

September 18 - South Africa based Absolute Rigging & Transport CC has purchased 40 axle lines of Scheuerle-Kamag K25 H modular trailers, as well as three wind tower adapters.

Having purchased its first modular Scheuerle-Kamag K25 trailer in 2014, Absolute Rigging & Transport decided to invest in more axle lines due to the number of contracts the company has secured for the transport of wind tower sections across South Africa.

The Scheuerle-Kamag K25 H has a high bending moment, large fuel capacity, freely accessible steering rods, reinforced lamellar coupling and wear-resistant construction, said the TII Group, which comprises the Scheuerle, Kamag and Nicolas brands.

The product range includes the K25 H SP (self propelled), SPE (self propelled electronically steered), PB (power booster), SL (split type), ES (extra strong) and the K20 (light version).

 

 

www.scheuerle.de

www.kamag.de

www.tii-group.com

www.absoluterigging.co.za

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