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P&L adds Faymonville trailer

South Africa’s P&L Machine Moving and Rigging has acquired a six-axle MultiMAX semi-trailer from Faymonville.

The fully steerable trailer on hydraulic suspension is equipped with timber floor, outriggers and hydraulic double ramps, which reduce the drive-on angle for any type of machinery.

Thanks to its extendable loading deck, the MultiMAX is ideal for P&L’s abnormal transport and rigging activity, said Faymonville. The unit will now be shipped to South Africa.

Meanwhile, Cometto, part of the Faymonville Group, has expanded its sales team with the appointment of Joachim Kolb.

Kolb has been active in the heavy haulage industry for the past 20 years and, according to Faymonville, is a specialist in the field of self-propelled vehicles.

www.plmmr.co.za

www.faymonville.com

www.cometto.com

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