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Steel giant in Sweden moved by Faymonville CombiMAX

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Steel giant in Sweden moved by Faymonville CombiMAX

A gigantic steel structure measuring 24m long and 34m wide, and weighing 95 tonnes makes its way through the harbour of the Swedish metropole Göteborg

The Swedish company Tabergs Åkeri AB, specialists in heavy and special transportation, took on the challenge and attached 10 CombiMAX axle lines with Add-On-beam extension to their Volvo FH16 750.

The selected combination mastered the tricky job with flying colours, together with and thanks to the well harmonised team around it. A few days later, the Swedish transport experts conveyed at the same place an impressive helicopter platform that, in addition to the heavy weight, extended 9 meters into the air.

In its fleet of vehicles, Tabergs Åkeri AB runs a total of 14 CombiMAX axle lines, a low vessel deck, an excavator deck and two goosenecks. This variety allows them to carry out a huge diversity of transport jobs, moving the heaviest and most complex loads, even two at a time.

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