Kögel ‘driving tomorrow’ at IAA

German OEM, Kögel, is presenting its portfolio for the freight forwarding and construction industry as well as its expanded range of services at the 67th IAA Commercial Vehicles Show.

Kögel aims to make the freight transport of tomorrow safer, simpler and more environmentally friendly with its selection of trailers and innovations. Also, the OEM is showcasing its other service offerings such as financing and telematics.

Some of the highlights for this IAA include: The flexible, robust Kögel Cargo of the NOVUM generation weighing only 5,920 kilograms in its basic version; the payload-optimised Kögel Lightplus Coil of the NOVUM generation for transporting split strips and coil with up to 410 kilograms more payload compared to the previous model; the lightweight, high-volume vehicle: the Kögel Mega of the NOVUM generation weighing only 6,130 kilograms in its basic version; the detail-optimised Kögel Cool – PurFerro quality for even simpler handling in day-to-day use; the lightweight dry freight box body Kögel Box Light with up to 730 kilograms more payload compared to the Kögel Box; The lightweight and flexible Kögel Port 45 Triplex container chassis weighing only 4,550 kilograms with front, centre and rear extension; the Kögel tipper trailer with a clever steel and aluminium material mix and up to 430 kilograms more payload compared to a pure steel tipper body; the Kögel trucker trailer – Kögel Lightplus, now also with a 90 millimetre frame neck for more internal height and a significant weight advantage for diverse individual equipment.

The Kögel Strong & Go body fulfils Daimler Directive 9.5 without the use of lattices, and only requiring one row of lattices for transporting single and double layers of crates; the lightweight Kögel FastFix textile lattice weighs only 495 grams for quick, easy, and safe load-securing.

The Kögel EasyFix sliding roof stopper for quick and easy securing of the sliding roof when open.

“Our ultimate goal, as well as that of our customers, is trailers and solutions with added value,” said Kögel Managing Director, Petra Adrianowytsch. “With the highlights on display at IAA Commercial Vehicles, such as the NOVUM generation trailers and the innovative new individual equipment, we will achieve that goal and more.”

Sister company, Humbaur, is also a joint exhibitor at the event, displaying various new CEP trailer bodies and trailers from its FlexBox program for distribution transport.

(Image: Kögel Managing Director, Petra Adrianowytsch.)

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