Low loaders from MAX Trailer are at home on the building site
This opened up many new possibilities, especially for the construction sector. There's no longer any way around the "MAX" on a construction site.
A development that matches the experience of the Dutch MAX Trailer customer Martens Transport BV. "They originally procured the MAX100 low loader with wheel troughs to transport their wheel loaders all over Europe", explains Bart Rutgers, in charge of MAX Trailer at the Dutch distribution partner Hertoghs Carrosserieën B.V.
"However, the vehicle has since developed into a genuine all-rounder. Martens now also use it to transport caterpillar excavators weighing up to 35 tonnes."
For large and small equipment
The administrative procedure around the transport assignments was simplified thanks to the low loader MAX100. "The customer previously used a low bed and almost always needed a single special permit. Now, they have the lighter MAX100 low loader and operate with a permanent permit."
The vehicles from MAX Trailer are characterised by quality and flexibility - an unbeatable combination, especially in the construction industry. "It's a mature offering", explains Bart Rutgers, reporting on the customer's feedback: "Amongst other things, they value the low dead weight of the vehicles and the extraordinary price-performance ratio."
A wide portfolio has developed over the years. "Today, MAX Trailer can offer towed lowbed trailers, as well as semi-trailers and low-bed vehicles", says product manager Mario Faymonville about the variety of products that has been created.
This variety has helped MAX Trailer to leap into the leading group of vehicle manufacturers in just a few years.