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CTS East transport 100t lime cooler on Faymonville modules

HeavyTorque: Faymonville CTS East

CTS East transport 100t lime cooler on Faymonville modules

The transport distances in South Africa are considerable. So, it was no mean feat to transport this lime cooler from Richards Bay to Nelspruit, with operator, CTS East covering a distance of almost 373 miles.

The 9 metres long item, weighing 100 tons rolled through the country on Faymonville G-MT modules. The hydraulic axle compensation and the pintle mounted pendle axles with a 60 degree steering angle ensured ideal handling. A 4+6 low bed combination with a gooseneck loaded the monster.

CTS East in Brakpan belongs to the biggest abnormal and heavy transportation businesses in South Africa. The company’s yellow painted fleet of vehicles is well-known on the roads of the African country.

www.faymonville.com
www.cts-east.co.za

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