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6-axle MultiMAX for South African customer P&L Machine Moving and Rigging

Faymonville MultiMAX for P&L Machine Moving

6-axle MultiMAX for South African customer P&L Machine Moving and Rigging

Gareth Lucas from P & L Machine Moving and Rigging in South Africa made a special trip to Belgium and Luxembourg last week to visit Faymonville facilities and get first-hand training on his new 6-axle MultiMAX semi-trailer.

This fully steerable trailer on hydraulic suspension is equipped with timber floor, outriggers and hydraulic double ramps, which significantly reduce the drive-on angle for any type of machinery. Thanks to its extendable loading deck, the MultiMAX is a really versatile all-rounder, making it the ideal tool for P&L’s abnormal transport and rigging activity.

“I am very impressed with the facilities and quality of the product. We are looking forward to putting this trailer to work and excited to keep building a strong partnership with Faymonville“, says a Gareth Lucas, who can’t wait for the unit to be shipped now, so it can soon fulfil its first transport tasks on South African roads and job sites.

https://www.faymonville.com

http://www.plmmr.co.za

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