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West of Scotland Heavy Haulage acquire award-winning trailer from Nooteboom

West of Scotland Heavy Haulage acquire award-winning trailer from Nooteboom

West of Scotland Heavy Haulage have taken delivery of Nooteboom Trailers most advanced trailer to date – the Manoovr (MPL-114-07). The 100-tonne capacity lowloader features an adjustable platform height – from 920 mm to 780mm – as well as unique suspension and a 70-degree steering angle.

The pendulum axles allow for 12 tonnes per line and a bed that can be extended from 12m to 30.35m. West of Scotland Director, Jimmy Campbell said “this latest addition to the fleet provides the company with even more of an adaptable solution than ever before.”

West of Scotland have also invested in a Nooteboom OVB 65-04-V 4-axle Blade Trailer to further extend its growing fleet. Its first job will transport 288 onshore wind turbine blades – measuring a whopping 58m in length.

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