Christian Pall drives business with Krone trailers

A road transport business based in Austria has added two Krone Profi Liners to its fleet.

Ludwig Pall Speditions – und Transport GmbH from Oberwart, Austria, has specified the load securing tarpaulin Safe Curtain as well as a lifting roof, alloy wheels and pallet box.

Christian Pall, the Managing Director of Spedition Ludwig Pall, has been using three Mega Liners for volume transport since 2020.

“The robust and high-quality workmanship has convinced us,” he said.

“At the new Krone Surface Center, vehicles receive a durable coating for hard everyday transport operations. In addition, our drivers are enthusiastic about the well thought-out and practical details.

“And last but not least, the Profi Liners, which are painted and lettered in our house colours, also match our new DAF XG+ 530 FT tractor perfectly in terms of appearance.

“Traditionally, we attach great importance to a clean, well-maintained and appealing appearance of our vehicles, which are, after all, on the road and with our customers as a driving business card.”

Björn Budde, Krone Head of Sales for DACH, welcomed Pall on the occasion of the official vehicle handover in Werlte.

“We would like to thank Christian Pall and his team for the trust they have placed in us and look forward to intensify and expand the cooperation in the coming years.” said Budde.

The company Ludwig Pall was founded in 1948 by Christian Pall’s grandfather Alexander and is now managed by the third generation. Together with its sister company LCP – Logistik Center Pall GmbH (founded in 2001), the Pall Group employs almost 100 people.

The fleet comprises about 60 vehicles, some of them in different configurations for various purposes. For many years Pall has specialised in the transportation of large volume products, especially insulation material.

Another line of business is the distribution of high-quality new furniture. Main destinations are Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Italy.

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