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Croatian haulier hails UltralightCombi

September 14 - Croatian heavy haulage company Zagrebački Transporti is so impressed with its UltralightCombi trailer from Scheuerle that it has already ordered another unit.

The company stated that its UltralightCombi has already travelled around 300,000 km since it purchased the unit in 2013. Zagrebački noted that the majority of its transport operations have involved transformer moves.

"The road system in the area around our company premises is well developed but the situation is often very different in the hinterland of Croatia," said Tomislav Sajko, owner of Zagrebački.

"Added to this are also ferries, roundabouts and coastal roads - this is why we need a particularly manoeuvrable vehicle with a 2.55 m width otherwise there is no way through."

With a 12-tonne axle load, the Scheuerle UltralightCombi can be coupled with the manufacturer's InterCombi and EuroCombi models. Its flatbed deck facilitates high loads and the trailer corresponds to all current EU guidelines, informed the TII Group, which comprises the brands Scheuerle, Kamag, Nicolas and Tratec.

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