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PEMA adds Nooteboom capacity

October 9 - Herzberg am Harz, Germany based PEMA Truck & Trailer hire has added several new Nooteboom semi low-loaders to its hire fleet.

The latest additions to the PEMA fleet are three-axle semi low-loaders for the transport of access platforms and construction equipment. The equipment comes with hydraulic folding ramps. The trailer's low angle and galvanised, serrated steel grid makes it safer and easier to unload and load the machinery, says PEMA Truck & Trailer.
According to PEMA, this acquisition brings the number of Nooteboom semi-trailers purchased by the company over the last few years to more than 100. The trailers are mainly three-axle and four-axle extendable Teletrailers and semi low-loaders. Some of the units supplied come with self-steering axles, while others have hydraulic power steering.

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