May 11 - According to Belgian trailer manufacturer Faymonville, its CombiMAX trailer has been extremely well received by the heavy transportation industry, delivering flexibility, speed and efficiency for its users.
Jussi Alamäki of Torino, Finland based Maanrakennus Alamäki uses his three-plus-five combination both as a lowbed and as a telescopable semi-low loader, thanks to the add-on beam extension: "It's great that the vehicle is so flexible. This is why we can offer our services at competitive rates."
"The reliability and the load rating" were two advantages identified by Joost Rijk from Dutch company Zwaar Transport Zeeland.
The CombiMAX is also winning support outside of Europe; Karmiel Transporters from Haifa in Israel added one of the first built semi-trailers of this type to its fleet. "This vehicle is very useful for us thanks to its variable length," said Michael Tesker about the add-on beam extension. "For a large port project we could simultaneously load three concrete cubes of 40 tonnes each on our CombiMAX. This reduced our costs by one-third."