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Goldhofer score with their latest innovation/s at bauma

HeavyTorque Issue 7: Bauma 2016

Goldhofer score with their latest innovation/s at bauma

Goldhofer Aktiengesellschaft enjoyed resounding success at bauma 2016 with a veritable feast of innovations. The top-seller at open-air stand number FN 823/1 was Goldhofer’s world first by the name of ADDrive, the German company’s brand-new switchable drive for heavy-duty axles.

“The response has been outstanding. The numbers sold in Munich show that we have again developed just the solution the heavy-haulage industry has been waiting for,” says Stefan Fuchs, CEO of Goldhofer Aktiengesellschaft. Making its debut at Bauma, Goldhofer’s MPA-K modular system for the semitrailer generation with MPA Axle Technology, was also a big success.

As a third international innovation, Goldhofer presented its groundbreaking PST/ES-E 4 285 heavy-duty axle system, which features 25% hydraulic width adjustment for enhanced lateral stability.

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