Mielke expands fleet with Kässbohrer trailers

Germany company, Mielke Logistics, has added new Kässbohrer low beds to its fleet which are ideal for heavy haulage.

Founded in 1997, Mielke Logistik GmbH is a Europe-wide transport and service company with a focus on Germany, Switzerland, Benelux countries and the UK.

Christof Mielke, owner and founder of Mielke Logistik GmbH, and Vincent Koel, Manager Region Northern Germany at Kässbohrer, shared their thoughts about their partnership.

“As Mielke, we already operate with Kässbohrer platform K.SPS 3 and are satisfied with their performance and robustness,” said Mielke.

“As a result of our experience, we have decided to add Kässbohrer Low Bed K.SLL 2 into our fleet.

“We are sure that our partnership with Kässbohrer will continue.”

Koel added: “As Kässbohrer, we offer the complete construction product portfolio with silo, tipper, platform and low-bed semi-trailer product
ranges.

“Our two-axle Low-Bed K.SLL 2 has the lowest loading height with the ground clearance of just 100mm and provides the maximum height on heavy haulage transportation.

“With the special pool length of 6.810mm, extension of 5.550mm and king pin capacity of up to 24 tonnes, K.SLL 2 enables flexible transportation of tall and heavy goods.

“The vehicle is equipped with hydraulic axles of 12-tonne capacity each with a turning angle of 42° to provide maximum maneuverability under the toughest road conditions.

“To shorten the time needed for loading operations, K.SLL 2 is offered with a detachable gooseneck which ensures easier loading operation.

“Our vehicle is equipped with several options, such as a central lubrication unit to reduce maintenance requirements, partial metallisation to prolong the vehicle’s lifetime and double driving height adjustable by ECAS control unit to set the trailer to the correct ride height under any condition.

“To strengthen our partnership with Mielke, we are ready to support them with our efficient, robust and high quality vehicles and wide after-sales services.”