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Hareket takes MGSL delivery

Cometto has delivered 108 axle lines of MGSL heavy-duty modules to Turkey’s Hareket Heavy Lifting & Project Transportation.

The order comprises 11 six-axle modules, 8 four-axle modules and two split modules. 

According to Cometto, the equipment will be used for two projects in Uzbekistan: the 900 MW Turakurgan combined cycle power plant project and the 450 MW Navoi-2 combined heat and power plant project. 

For the projects, Hareket will transport 67 heavy units from Kazakhstan to the respective project sites. 

Launched in October last year, Cometto’s MGSL heavy-duty modular vehicle range is designed for public roads, off-road transport as well as for inside plant operations. 

A strengthened loading area means the modular axle lines feature a payload capacity of 50 tonnes per axle line above the wheel arches, and 80 tonnes above cross members for heavy and concentrated loads.

www.cometto.com

www.hareket.com.tr

 

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