Laso chooses Faymonville to transport railway vehicles and mega wings

The Portuguese specialists acquired two MultiMAX semi-trailers and three quadruple extendable WingMAX flatbeds.

As one of the key players on the European special transport market, LASO Transportes SA is always looking for reliable and technologically sophisticated trailers to grow their business.

To solve their missions for the transport of railway vehicles, LASO recently acquired two MultiMAX semi-trailers with incorporated rail guides in the loading platform and 6 steerable cranked axles, allowing for a reduced loading height of only 740mm.

Both vehicles come with a powerful hydraulic winch and specialized accordion ramps for a smooth loading and offloading process.

For the kings of the wings

Besides railway vehicles, the MultiMAX’s can be used for numerous other transport tasks, such as wind tower sections etc. While we are on the subject, the Portuguese company also took delivery of three quadruple extendable WingMAX flatbeds to transport the latest generations of wind blades safely and efficiently.

With an extended length of 70 meters, pendle-axles on 19.5’’ tires and the hydraulically lifting and lowering gooseneck, their new Faymonville WingMAX’s can overcome any obstacles that cross their path.

Sliding load supports for the blade tip frame enable these semi-trailers to be extended or retracted even under load.

Thanks you for the confidence, we are looking forward to the first photos in action and continuing the collaboration!

To solve their missions for the transport of railway vehicles, LASO recently acquired two MultiMAX semi-trailers with incorporated rail guides in the loading platform and 6 steerable cranked axles.
The MultiMAX semi-trailers from Laso: both vehicles come with a powerful hydraulic winch and specialized accordion ramps for a smooth loading and offloading process.
The Portuguese company Laso took delivery of three quadruple extendable WingMAX flatbeds to transport the latest generations of wind blades safely and efficiently.
A detailed instruction session has been given by Faymonville expert Jef to the crew from Laso.
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