END TO END Capability on show at Brisbane Truck Show | Transport News – MaxiTRANS

MaxiTRANS to demonstrate its end-to-end capability by showcasing MaxiPARTS and MaxiTRANS Servicing, as well as its recently acquired Live Bottom Floor solution – Trout River Australia.

This year’s show is a platform to promote the rollout of our brand new service program, MaxiASSIST. Complementary to the Company’s existing capability.

Another first for the MaxiTRANS group will be a prominent display of its most recent brand acquisition, Trout River Australia and the Live Bottom Floor trailer.  Adding the ability to unload its content while in motion using an interior conveyor belt system, offers operators a safer and more versatile alternative to unload in unstable environments or where overhead obstacles exist.

From Freighter, attendees can expect to see the T-Liner MARK II trailer, as well as a new Freighter Skel featuring a lightweight design.

The new Freighter Lightweight Skel features a reduced tare weight of over half a Ton compared to the previous standard Skel model, the new trailer provides a significant efficiency gain for owners, without compromising on strength and durability. Also featured will be additional inclusions that enhance safety for operators.

PBS expertise will also be represented on stand by a Hamelex White aluminium four-axle dog tipper. This trailer will include the latest chassis design with significant tare weight advantages. Remaining with the safety theme, the Hamelex White display will also feature side underrun protection, as well as a new retractable roof system and Landslide tipper liner.

Show attendees will also be able to view the latest developments on the Maxi-CUBE Classic.

MaxiTRANS can be found on stand number 49 at the Brisbane Truck Show, 16-19 May 2019 at Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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