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ALS opens in Stockholm

Abnormal Load Services (ALS) has increased its Scandinavian coverage by opening an office in Sweden.

The office has been established in Härnösand, Stockholm. Further information about ALS’ group offices can be found here.

ALS will be present at the bauma conference and exhibition, which runs until April 14, 2019. Ahead of the show, the company arranged the collection and delivery of a Komatsu PW148-11 wheeled excavator to Munich, Germany.

The 16-tonne excavator measured 8.2 m in length, 2.55 m wide and 3.25 m in height. A 2.5-tonne trailer measuring 5 m x 2.3 m x 1.3 m accompanied the excavator.

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