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Faymonville on Romania's roads

June 23 - Romanian transport company RonTransMar has purchased a Faymonville MegaMAX lowbed trailer equipped with the manufacturer's independent wheel suspension Twin Axle II.

RonTransMar's two-axle MegaMAX lowbed trailer is working on the European continent and the low tare weight of the tracker is particularly important in this field of activity, says Faymonville.

In addition, says the manufacturer, the high payload of 12 tonnes per axle is crucial for the expansion of the German market.

The loading height can be minimised up to 780 mm over the chassis, which Faymonville claims is a significant advantage for high transport elements.
 
The Twin Axle II was launched two years ago after a complex test run programme in which over 50,000 km were clocked up with a maximum load.

 

 

www.faymonville.com

www.rontransmar.ro

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