PrefaMax now also on the fifth continent

Faymonville has been able to establish itself “down under” for a long time. Low-bed trailers and platform trailers from Belgium can be seen both in the outbacks and in the urban regions of Australia. With two PrefaMax vehicles, yet another product type has made its long way to Hartwood, the end customer.

“The demand for these 3-axle inloaders for transporting precast concrete elements has recently surged. Great cargo safety and optimal reliability are always a priority issue in this sector. The PrefaMax satisfies the specifications down to the details,” says Mike Dunbar for his company MRSK Pty Ltd about another powerful product. The special technical feature for this product consisted of adapting the vehicle width of the inloader to the Austra-lian standard, which is now 2,490 mm.


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