A three-axle tilt semi-trailer is the most common type of cargo semi-trailer used for the delivery of various loads. As standard, such semi-trailers are equipped with a high rear door and a sliding roof. The design of the semi-trailer allows loading and unloading work from four sides (side, top or front unloading). Euro pallets are used for cargo stowage.
These are larger capacity semi-trailers, which are achieved due to the special L-shaped floor construction and reduced wheel diameter.
Used in cases when the load exceeds the possible August of a standard trailer, together with the step height can reach 3.1 m.
Truck with a box with a common frame + trailer. The advantage of such a cargo combination is the operative loading and unloading of cargo, as well as greater capacity. Cannot be used for transporting long goods.
Semi-trailer equipped with a cooling system that allows the desired temperature to be maintained automatically. Depending on the operating mode, it maintains the internal temperature between + 12 ° C … -25 ° C. Humidity, temperature and atmospheric pressure can be controlled. Used for transporting all types of food or other perishable goods
A semi-trailer with an insulated load compartment and no refrigeration unit fitted. Designed for transporting perishable goods, maintains the original internal temperature for a limited time. Most commonly used for food delivery.
Specialized trailer or semi – trailer for the transport of sea containers. Depending on the type of semi-trailer, it may have a sliding structure that allows it to be transported in 45 ‘sea containers. The standard container carrier platform can carry 1 x 40 ‘feet or 2 x 20’ feet sea containers. The container carrier platform is equipped with special attachments for sea containers – phytins.
Platform, not equipped with sides and awning body.
Used for the transport of oversized cargo or cargo that is resistant to external weather conditions: building materials, industrial units, equipment, etc.