With a light intensity of up to 3,000 lumen and 5,700 Kelvin, similar to sunlight, the power packs from the new product range promise a lot when it comes to light, regardless of whether they are controlled in segments, dimmed or switched individually or illuminated at 360 degrees.
In January 2015, JOST took over Mercedes-Benz Trailer Axle Systems and became an important manufacturer of truck and trailer axles in Europe. The latest innovations on offer is the command steer axle ZGA. In addition, the new DCA-U6 brake was also launched.
Committed to reducing emissions, improving sustainability and increasing efficiency across the refrigerated transport sector, Carrier Transicold has been lately boosting its strategy to offer innovative solutions to replace fuel motors with the electrification of its refrigeration systems.
SAF-Holland’s electric axles for regenerative braking and traction assistance protect the environment – in production as well as during the journey itself.
In 1995, Hendrickson launched INTRAAX, a paradigm-shifting system that changed how the industry viewed trailer suspensions and asserted Hendrickson as a leader in air suspension technology.
Hyva is one of the world’s leading providers of innovative and highly efficient transport solutions for the commercial vehicle and environmental service industries. With over 20,000 customers and more than 40 per cent global market share in front-end tipping cylinders, Hyva’s solutions move the world.
The road transport industry, in light of supply chain disruption and the need to keep essential services on the move, is as competitive as ever. While the total cost of ownership remains a top priority for fleets, attention is also turning towards the longevity, cost-effectiveness and versatility of modern trucks and trailers. When the time comes to upgrade a heavy vehicle asset, ultimately, it is the residual or resale value that will make the difference between a good investment and an incredible one.
From Tillamook, Oregon, Hallco Industries has since expanded its manufacturing facilities in the US and Europe, with distribution facilities in Oregon, Ohio, North Carolina as well as Belgium, England, Brazil and Australia.
Since September 2015, CIMC Vehicles SA has produced trailers that are reported to elevate the level of quality and service seen in South Africa. The OEM’s focus, according to CEO, Joheine Els, is on constantly refining its trailers to be innovative, efficient and capable.
The French Bodywork Federation (FFC) has celebrated success for what is now considered one of the leading global hubs for heavy and light commercial vehicles.