To search, type and hit enter.

DOLL wins tender offer for Algeria

DOLL Wins Tender Offer for Algeria

DOLL wins tender offer for Algeria

It was not for the first time that the German trailer manufacturer DOLL secured the contract for the production of vehicles destined for the Algerian state enterprise ENGOA.

The ‘Entreprise nationale des grands ouvrages d’art’ is a governmental organisation for public works related to infrastructure in Algeria and has been a loyal DOLL customer since the early 2000s. As DOLL trailers have proved especially suitable when working under harsh and robust conditions, it was no surprise that the choice for the latest tender offer fell once again on transport solutions of DOLL.

The contract volume includes four 3-axle semi lowloaders of type S3P- 0P72, which are transported by sea to Algeria in these days. Upon arrival at their place of destination, they will be used for bridge constructions on very difficult terrain as well as for the transportation of building machinery and concrete parts with payloads of up to 70 t. Thanks to their hydraulically detachable gooseneck and a hydraulic suspension by means of pendulum axles for an extremely large stroke of 600 mm the trailers fully meet the requirements of ENGOA.

Thus, it does not seem a coincidence that the company again fell back on DOLL as their transport solutions ‘Made in Germany’ already demonstrated their abilities with rough conditions in the past.

You may also like:

ALE goes for the ADDRIVE

Since it was founded in 1983 in Hixon, Staffordshire, ALE has grown into one of the world’s leading heavy haulage companies with numerous ...

P. Adams complete a total of twelve challenging heavy haulage journeys in just four days

A baptism of fire awaited P. Adams haulage earlier this year: the task was to move press components weighing a total of 700 tons from the Danube ...

Sweet success for Van der Vlist

Van der Vlist recently moved a 15m long generator from Germany to the Bury St Edmonds in the United Kingdom. The 3.1m wide unit was 3.85m high ...

Mercedes-Benz Arocs eight-wheeler plugs a gap for A Rhodes (Haulage)

Portable accommodation transportation specialist A Rhodes treated itself to a special 50th birthday present in the shape of a muscular 8×4 ...

Announcement

HeavyTorque White Logo

It is with regret, that the HeavyTorque team have decided to take a stand based on an industry-wide ‘blind eye’ to the waste in the magazine and periodicals business.

HeavyTorque (#15, July 2018) was the final issue to grace the shop shelves, both on the High Street and across the travel network. As part of our onward strategy to adapt, HeavyTorque will now be distributed exclusively through controlled circulation and available through printed subscription.

Please note, this change will only affect newsstand purchasers. There will be no change for our loyal print subscribers.

Why the newsstand change? Quite simply, we can no longer (in good conscience) participate in a distribution programme that creates such an inherent waste of our precious natural resources – and money.

For those of you who have enjoyed HeavyTorque from the newsstand, we sincerely appreciate your business – and we would hope that you’ve enjoyed the magazine enough to consider a direct subscription?

Single Issues

If you prefer to purchase individual issues (one at a time), you will still have the ability to do so, both online (via the website), or by calling our offices +44 (0) 1572 3450872. Orders for single issues received before the pre-publication deadline will be mailed along with the subscribers.

Current and Back Issues

Our website also caters for those looking to purchase back issues. To browse Back Issue availability, follow this link: https://www.heavytorque.co.uk/shop/

Annual Subscription (UK/Europe and Rest of the World)

Never miss a beat, and keep up with every issue of the magazine via an annual subscription. To purchase your annual subscription, please visit: https://www.heavytorque.co.uk/subscribe/

It remains our objective, philosophy, and goal to provide our readers with the best content available, together with stunning feature photography. We do hope you will continue to support our venture!