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Double delivery for Faymonville

Transportes Lalgy in Mozambique has taken delivery of a seven-axle CombiMAX low loader system from Faymonville.

The order comprised a two-axle line unit, a four-axle line unit and a bogie. More axles and accessories can be added to expand capacities even further, said Faymonville.

Meanwhile, South Africa-based Lovemore Bros has taken delivery of a self-propelled ModulMAX G-SL multi-axle trailer.

The four-axle Faymonville trailer is powered by a 228 kW Cummins engine.

www.faymonville.com

www.lalgy.co.mz

lovemore.co.za

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