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Collett & Sons Ltd: Faymonville additions to the fleet

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Collett & Sons Ltd: Faymonville additions to the fleet

We’ve added two new Faymonville trailers to our fleet, one 2 axle MegaMAX and one 3 axle MultiMAX.

Firstly the 2 axle MegaMAX semi-trailer with extremely low transport deck. Due to its super low loading height this provides the ideal solution for transporting tall loads or skid loading industrial parts or machines directly from the floor. Furthermore, designed as a short wheel base trailer with the hydraulic stub axles allowing the steering angle to be altered up to 45° permits access to tight areas and hard to get to sites. In its closed state the trailer bed is 6.65m short but can be extended to 12.20m long to accommodate lengthy cargoes whilst maintaining optimum manoeuvrability. This trailer has a light tare weight which offers an amazing 40 Tonne carrying capacity.

The 3 axle MultiMAX covers an extensive range of transport requirements. The trailer is a stepframe construction being 13.5 meters long when in its closed state but is double extendable to a length of 27.0 meters. It is perfect for construction machinery, wind turbine components, industrial parts, rail vehicles and lengthy cargoes. With a technical carrying capacity of up to 52 Tonnes, and featuring hydraulic axles and knuckle steering, the MultiMAX provides optimum manoeuvring characteristics providing an economic and flexible option for a multitude of different transport requirements.

Both trailers are already hard at work across the company on a variety of transport projects, make sure you keep an eye out for them!

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