As reported, over the past few years the trucks used for local and long distance traffic have already been replaced with low emission vehicles of the EURO 5 and now EURO 6 generation. Now it’s the turn of the semi-trailers and swap bodies to be replaced.
As you can see in the photos, particular attention has been paid here to the aspect of securing the loads – especially in view of the delicate issue of “hazardous goods”.
In addition, of course, the focus of the renewal programme was laid on „better capacity utilization“ and “consignment-friendly loading“ with double-stack technology.
Klaus Raschke, our Branch Office Manager in Neuss, is convinced that the investment made in the semi-trailers with double-stack technology is not only an important step towards the better economic management of road services, but also benefits our customers through superior damage prevention and is an active contribution to improving road safety.
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