German OEM, Kässbohrer, exhibited its intermodal range at the Trans-Log trade fair held in Kalkar earlier this month.
Kässbohrer showcased its lightest swap body, K.SWAU CL, with a tare weight of 3,900kg and 7.2-tonne forklift capacity as well as the Trailer Innovation 2019 winner Multifunctional Container Chassis, K.SHG AVMH, which features an octagonal central frame design that solves all torsional issues that can cause permanent damage.
“Trans-Log trade fair focuses on environment-friendly intermodal transportation,” said Kässbohrer Board Member, İffet Türken.
“As presenting the complete intermodal product range, Kässbohrer proudly took its place at Kalkar 2019. Only 15km from our Goch facility, we had the opportunity meet our regional partners while we showcased our latest product developments with lightest swap body in the market as well as the Trailer Innovation Winner Multifunctional Container Chassis.
“We have two facilities that are located in Germany: one of them is located in our hometown, Ulm, and the other one is located in Goch, in the middle of Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands. As of 2019 exporting to 25 countries from our Goch location, we are closer to our customers and easily meeting their unmet requirements,” she said.
Kässbohrer’s Goch facility is a main parts warehouse and is located in between E-31, part of the United Nations E-road network, and E-35, European route, running from Amsterdam to Rome. This facility has a strategic position at the heart of German export, intermodal logistics and heavy transportation.
In other news, European transport business, Ambrogio, has taken delivery of 50 light Container Chassis K.SHG L and 100 Swap Body K.SWAU C from Kässbohrer.