Laso adds Max Trailers to fleet

By Niamh Marriott22 June 2022

Laso Transportes has expanded its fleet with 15 Max Trailer Vehicles from Faymonville.

All new trailers will be used within Europe (Photo: Laso)

The 3-axle flatbeds type MAX200 will be delivered over the coming months.

These platform trailers, with 22.5 inch tyres and friction steered axles, can be extended to achieve a platform length of maximum 21,100 mm, the company said.

The Laso specialists opted for six extra low telescopic MAX200 platforms on 17.5 inch wheels, as well as six new 3-axle semi low loaders type MAX100 with extendable platform and integrated wheel recesses.

Laso said that these vehicles are particularly versatile to transport different types of construction machinery or other freights.

All these new trailers will be used within Europe.

This latest news follows Laso’s announcement that it will invest 20 million euros ($22,517,700 million) in 2022. Last year, Laso acquired French transport company STDR-TEDL.

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