Low-bed semi-trailer for wind turbine towers

The Austrian company Prangl and Faymonville have been closely collaborating in the semi-trailer sector for special and heavy-haul transports already for many years. Faymonville just now delivered eight MegaMAX low-bed semi-trailers to Prangle, which will be used primarily for transporting precast elements for wind turbine towers. Prangl sees itself as a one-stop supplier for transport of plant components, covering the entire performance spectrum from unloading from ships to intermediate storage to erection and maintenance of the wind turbine towers.

Prangl GmbH is an internationally active family enterprise headquartered in Brunn am Gebirge. By now, the company maintains 20 locations in Austria and the neighboring countries. Its field of activities are rental of mobile cranes and working platforms as well as conducting special and heavy-haul transports.


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