MAX510 expands the product line

It’s a unique success story: since their introduction in 2012, the MAX Trailer products have been able to earn themselves a solid place internationally in the semi-trailer sector. Effective immediately, a low-bed vehicle can now be furnished as well..

Premium quality in standard! In short, that’s what is behind the MAX Trailer concept. “Standardised vehicles with simpler equipment, but satisfying exclusively the highest claims.” That’s the way Mario Faymonville puts it – and he should know, since he’s in charge of the brand within the Faymonville group. As part of which, MAX Trailer benefits from a wealth of know-how and an exceptional production infrastructure. In this context, the established standardisation makes possible an extraordinarily high quality.

MAX Trailer invigorates the sector

And this novel idea was literally embraced by the sector. “Over the course of time MAX Trailer has experienced a rapid international upturn, so that the demand for the different models grew steadily”, reports Mario Faymonville. And as a consequence, the producer also presented its latest product: the MAX510 low-bed trailer!

In this segment MAX Trailer is breaking new ground, yet the engineers immediately went on to develop an extra class vehicle. One with the usual top quality in terms of production processes and material selection. The standard low-bed trailer built on two axles far surpasses those of other suppliers thanks to these outstanding points. In a few more months the MAX510 should also be configurable as a 3-axle.

Low-bed trailer expands the offer

“This new vehicle type within the product line opens up fresh possibilities for the over 30 internationally active MAX Trailer marketing partners. The low-bed trailer expands and completes the product family as it had existed until now.” For Mario Faymonville, the development of MAX Trailer is moving forward in an altogether logical manner.

Because in the meantime the brand is ideally anchored and recognised in heavy and special transport. The showpiece is the MAX100, a 3 to 5-axle semi-low loader, which is also available as an extendable variant or with ramps. This vehicle is ideal for special transport in the areas of industry, construction and public works. The MAX200 model is a 3-axle flatbed semi-trailer (also available telescopable); by contrast, the MAX300 is designed as a trailer with 3 central axles and ramps. The MAX400, finally, is a four-axle flatbed semi-trailer specialised in the transport of crane parts and weights.

The demand for a low-bed trailer was high, and so at MAX Trailer people are satisfied to now also be able to take on the transport market in this segment. The still very recent past has proven that the concept could impose itself sustainably and with the MAX510 the producer will have struck a chord as well.