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Faymonville’s 2-axle MegaMAX lowbed offers unique diversity

Faymonville MegaMAX Lowbed

Faymonville’s 2-axle MegaMAX lowbed offers unique diversity

Faymonville MegaMAX, as versatile as a Swiss army knife

Faymonville´s 2-axle MegaMAX lowbed can be characterised as a real all-purpose weapon. Agile, compact, light, low – its pluses read like a wish list for the day-to-day life of any transport business.

The requirements are complex when operators want to add a new semi-trailer. It has to be able to do as much as possible, weigh virtually nothing and have the perfect dimensions. The 2-axle MegaMAX is a hole in one. It wins you over with its low loading height (300mm) of the bed that’s extendable by 5.85m.

“The semi-trailer is very stable and manufactured to the highest of quality. We often exploit the maximum payload, but the lowbed can handle that without any problems at all”, said Dennis Pieper, Kösters Transporte.

Moreover, the MegaMAX proves to be very simple to operate. All of the drivers are able to disconnect the gooseneck or extend the bed without any difficulties“. With a bed length of 6.85m and a minimal net weight (12.5t), the vehicle remains within the legal provisions of 16.5m total trailer length.

The MegaMAX respects the classical container dimensions as well. A product that’s versatile … to the MAX.

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