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Goldhofer vehicle hand-over to Schwandner-Ivanov

Schwandner-Ivanov Goldhofer Modules

Goldhofer vehicle hand-over to Schwandner-Ivanov

Three PST heavy-duty modules for Schwandner-Ivanov, St. Petersburg. Goldhofer’s PST/SL-E heavy-duty modular transporters have clearly made a big impression on the TIS Group in St. Petersburg, one of Russia’s leading haulage companies for heavy and oversized loads and special transport operations: The TIS Group ordered three new transporters – one six-axle and two four-axle vehicles – from Goldhofer Aktiengesellschaft in Memmingen.

For CEO Alexander Ivanov (2nd right), it accordingly went without saying that he should take personal delivery of the three new additions to his company’s fleet from Goldhofer’s CEO Stefan Fuchs (right). The hand-over at the Innovation Days event was also attended by Goldhofer’s Regional Sales Manager Christian Letzner (left) and Peter Schwandner (2nd left), CEO of the TIS Group’s German partner Schwandner Transport+Logistik GmbH of Pfreimd. For Alexander Ivanov, the PST/SL-E series is ideally suited for multimodal heavy-duty and oversized cargo and special project transport operations. In addition to the 45-ton maximum axle load and a steering angle of +/- 135° for optimum maneuverability, what Alexander Ivanov particularly appreciates is the flexibility available for a wide range of operations by combining the PST/SL-E transporters with Goldhofer’s THP heavy-duty modules.

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