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NICOLAS Euroflex operating successfully at Prémat

NICOLAS Euroflex Operating Successfully at Prémat

NICOLAS Euroflex operating successfully at Prémat

With the introduction of the NICOLAS Euroflex in 2015, the TII Group presented a lightweight and cost-effective vehicle for the transportation of loads under 100 tonnes on public roads which covers an extremely wide range of uses. The fact that the NICOLAS Euroflex has been precisely tailored to meet the needs of the construction and haulage sectors was confirmed by the French transport company, Prémat, which took delivery of one of the first vehicles and has been successfully in use since then.

“The user-friendliness of the vehicles along with competent after-sales service and a 24-hour spare part delivery service, enable a high level of planning certainty and reliable transport operations”, said Prémat´s Managing Director, Phillipp Prémat.”

The NICOLAS Euroflex is available in versions from three to seven axles, and stands out due to its optimized tare weight, wide excavator recess and sliding extension supports that allow easy adjustment of the loading area to suit the different loads to be transported. Self-positioning supports a flexible kingpin for adapting to 2 or 3-axle tractors along with an innovatively arranged brake system for more ground clearance are just some of the technical features which make the vehicle an ideal and practical all-rounder. As standard, the Euroflex is equipped with an electronic braking system and a TIM display on the gooseneck where characteristic values such as the axle load or system status are featured. Optionally, the electronic monitoring iTap and iLevel systems are available via tablet or smartphone – electronic height adjustment is also included. Particular attention has been paid to ensure ergonomic operations, beginning with an easily accessible gooseneck through to practical and integrated tool boxes.

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