AESA goes for Goldhofer

AESA, one of Argentina's largest EPC companies, has taken delivery of 12 STHP/SL axle lines and two ADDrive trailers from Goldhofer.

To maximise the versatility of the equipment, AESA also ordered various loading decks and turntable bolsters.

According to Goldhofer, the delivery, which included the first ADDrive to be shipped to Argentina, enables the company to offer a complete range of transport services with a comparatively small number of modules.

The ADDrive technology enables heavy machinery and components to be transported using one single vehicle, says Goldhofer.

 

www.aesa.com.ar

www.goldhofer.de

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