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Long or short – TPE relies on the Faymonville PrefaMAX

Long or short – TPE relies on the Faymonville PrefaMAX

Alsace in the east of France is one of the core areas for the transport of precast concrete elements. Several manufacturers are located in the region, such as the renowned and internationally well-known Fehr company. It also has several branches in France and Germany, where it produces precast concrete panels.

The manufactured components are used in a variety of ways, for example for prefabricated houses, industry halls or noise protection walls. For the transport of large concrete parts from Fehr, the company TPE (Transport Pfeiffer Edouard) is called in. They are excellently equipped for this task, as TPE has purchased several variants of the PrefaMAX concrete inloader series from Faymonville. The goal: to be as flexible as possible! Therefore, they use -amongst others- a telescopic PrefaMAX-A 9500.

Elements that exceed the standard length can be transported with the PrefaMAX-A 9500. The vehicle can be extended up to a maximum load length of 13,500 mm. This way, TPE avoids problematic transports with open rear door. In addition, the correct vehicle length guarantees ideal load distribution.

At Faymonville, Transport Pfeiffer Edouard found the ideal tools to ensure maximum versatility when it comes to the transport of finished parts.

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