Sarens puts 14 flatbed trailers and two low-loader semi-trailers from MAX Trailer into operation

Sarens puts 16 vehicles from MAX Trailer into operation

Sarens reinforces its cooperation with the Faymonville Group and receives 16 new trailers from the brand MAX Trailer.

Sarens puts 16 vehicles from MAX Trailer into operation

An absolute sign of confidence of the industry leader, which underlines that the vehicles of MAX Trailer have found their place within the fleets of leading global players.

Sarens’ mission is to be the reference point in crane rental services, heavy lifting, and engineered transport. With more than 100 entities in 65 countries, the family-owned company handles small-scale to mega-scale projects all over the world. Sarens intends to use its 14 new MAX410 flatbed trailers by MAX Trailer for the transport of compact counter weights and crane components in various large projects.

Flexible modular tool box by MAX Trailer

The vehicles play an important role in the assembly and dismantling of huge structures, especially for diverse projects in France. The 2 additional new MAX110 low loaders are extremely versatile and will become allrounders to handle the daily workload.

Sarens found their optimal solution within the flexible construction kit from MAX Trailer. All the requirements were met, down to the last detail. All of the new trailers are equipped with a hydro-mechanical steering system. The 3- and 4-axle flatbed trailers of the MAX410 series offer Sarens a safe, maneuverable and efficient transport tool for compact loads. Meanwhile, the two 3-axle low-loaders of the MAX110 series have an extendable loading platform for maximum versatility when moving longer goods.

New Faymonville trailers will follow soon

With this project, the MAX Trailer success story was extended by yet another chapter. The clientele is convinced by the mix and modularity of standardized trailer types and options, combined with maximum quality in the manufacturing process. Altogether, this ensures a perfect price/performance ratio.

And Sarens found even more quality equipment within the vehicle range of the Faymonville Group. For heavier payload capacities and to move special equipment of their cranes, they will soon receive two 5-axle and two 7-axle low-loaders, as well as one 8-axle low-loader, all from the MultiMAX series of the Faymonville brand.

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  • The semi-trailers play an important role in the assembly and dismantling of huge structures, especially for diverse projects in France.
  • Sarens found their optimal solution within the flexible construction kit from MAX Trailer.
  • Sarens puts 14 flatbed trailers and two low-loader semi-trailers from MAX Trailer into operation
  • The MAX110 low loader is a real allrounder for daily transport tasks