Dutch trucking company, Van Wieren Special, has expanded its transport fleet with two new EURO-PX low loaders from Noteboom.
The latest investment is a three-axle pendel axle low-loader with one axle integrated interdolly, type EURO-86-13IFP, and a four-axle PXE low loader with two-axle removable interdolly, type EURO-122-24ICP.
The EURO-86-13IFP is characterised by the extremely compact built-in dolly, according to Noteboom, which results in a considerable weight saving and therefore higher payload. The gooseneck of the 1-bed-3 is suitable for both three- and four-axle tractors. The fifth wheel load ratio can also be adjusted in many positions, so that the loading capacity of the tractor is optimised.
For the transport of larger and heavier construction machines, the fleet has been expanded with a 2-bed-4 EURO-PX low loader that is equipped with a wide extendable load floor and a removable Interdolly Compact. The gooseneck is suitable for both four-axle and five-axle tractors.
The machines that Van Wieren Special carries are often intended for road construction, industry and agriculture. The company transports all other exceptional loads such as (parts for) wind farms, gas turbines and pipelines. For all this transport, Van Wieren Special has a very extensive fleet of Nooteboom EURO-PX low loaders in various designs, ranging from three-axle low-loaders to five-axle low-loaders with three-axle interdollies.
Van Wieren Special is reported to be one of the first transporters to make the choice in 2005 for the Nooteboom PXE lowloader because of the wide and deep excavator through in the axle assembly combined with the large load capacity and maneuverability of the pendulum axles.