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BigMove takes Faymonville units

July 10 - BigMove has taken delivery of 21 Faymonville extendable MegaMax lowbed semi-trailers with pendle axles and hydraulic suspension.

According to Ralf Reschka, administration director at BigMove, the lowbed trailers have a 12 tonnes per axle load capacity, as well as good manoeuvrability and stability.

The Faymonville semi-trailers are suitable for the transportation of high consignments, industrial parts or machines, and feature low beams with a height of 225 mm, and a steering angle of 60 degrees.

The BigMove group is a network of European heavy hauliers spanning 15 locations in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria and Poland. It provides a range of services within the heavy transport sector, including projects, assembly, handling, storage, and workshop services.

 

www.faymonville.com

www.bigmove.net

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