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TII Group: Scheuerle-Kamag K 25 M for more payload

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TII Group: Scheuerle-Kamag K 25 M for more payload

•  TII Group presents the SCHEUERLE-KAMAG K 25 M modular platform trailer

•  SCHEUERLE-KAMAG K 25 M offers more payload and facilitates approval processes particularly in Europe (axle load adjustment)

•  Vehicle can be coupled with the heavy-duty SCHEUERLE-KAMAG K25 H series (also SP/SPE) as well as competitors` fleets

With the introduction of the new SCHEUERLE-KAMAG K 25 M modular platform trailer, the TII Group – the world’s leading manufacturer of vehicles with hydraulically-supported pendulum axles – has opened up new possibilities particularly for its European customers. A number of vehicles have been delivered to the French transport and service provider, AltéAd, who have also ordered a range of equipment for use in the transportation of wind turbines.

“Less dead weight means more payload and a simplified approval process – here, our engineers have succeeded in realizing a tangible benefit for our customers,” said Bernd Schwengsbier, CEO of TII Sales.

Growing competitive pressure, axle load limitations and infrastructure problems have led to an increased demand for lightweight modular transport solutions in all load ranges across Europe. With the K 25 M, the TII Group has thus introduced a lightweight modular platform trailer that can be coupled without any restrictions with the heavy-duty SCHEUERLE-KAM K25 H series, featuring its self-propelled SP/SPE versions (mechanically and hydraulically steered), and various competitors vehicles and thus supplemented these vehicles range of applications.

The two and six-axle modules of the SCHEUERLE-KAMAG K 25 M, which can also be supplied as a seperable Split version on request, can be combined at any time with heavy-duty modular transporters of the SCHEUERLE-KAMAG K25 H series and certain competitors vehicles. The comprehensive range of accessories of the K25 H series is also fully compatible with the K25 M.

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