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Faymonville gets ready for IAA Hannover

Faymonville is set to showcase its range of semi-trailers at the IAA Commercial Vehicles event, taking place in Hannover from September 20 - 27.

Faymonville's three-axle MegaMAX lowbed trailer.

The largest exhibit from Faymonville will be the 2+6 CombiMAX combination. With a payload of up to 120 tonnes, it can be equipped with the low PA-X pendle axle.

The manufacturer will also showcase a three-axle MegaMAX lowbed semi-trailer, which, due to a removable gooseneck, enables loading from its front end.

The three-axle MultiMAX Plus low loader with lifting platform will be on show, too. The semi-trailer has been designed with the transport of lifting vehicles in mind and includes numerous lashing points to secure loads.

Featuring a low loading height of 1.1 m, the three-axle TeleMAX plateau semi-trailer with double extension will be on display, demonstrating the semi-trailer’s ability to transport loads with a large volume.

The Faymonville Group will also be exhibiting its range of self-propelled vehicles from Cometto. The electronically controlled modules offer load capacities of 60 tonnes or 70 tonnes per axle line.

Faymonville’s MAX Trailer brand, meanwhile, has its own booth to showcase the MAX200 mega-trailer and MAX510 lowbed semi-trailer.


www.faymonville.com

www.cometto.com

www.maxtrailer.eu

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