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Krebs Group receives 30 InterCombi SPEs

Germany’s Krebs Group has taken delivery of 30 axle lines of Scheuerle InterCombi SPE heavy-duty modules from the TII Group.

Caption: The handover of the axle lines took place at Transport Fair 2019 in Denmark. From left to right: Jörg Neuhäusel, technical director, Krebs Group; owner Detlef Krebs; Bernd Schwengsbier, president TII Sales; and Markus Pflederer, key account manager, TII Sales.

Krebs Group managing director Detlef Krebs said the InterCombi SPE is “ideally suited” to the company’s core business of internal transport at shipyards and port facilities in Europe. It now has 90 axle lines from Scheuerle in operation.

“The 3 m-wide loading area and the hydraulic axle compensation in particular ensure a high level of safety for the load as well as the vehicle during transportation,” he said.

“The coupling capability of the modules across all vehicle generations shows the flexibility of the vehicle concept and, most importantly, makes it future-proof,” Krebs added.

www.tii-group.com

www.krebsgruppe.de

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