Goldhofer At Solutrans 2019
No matter how big, no matter how heavy, no matter where: Heavy-duty trailers from Goldhofer
Goldhofer presents flexible payload champion STZ-VP 8
At this year’s SOLUTRANS 2019 (Lyon/F) Goldhofer will present the STZ-VP 8 with 285 tires designed for extreme heavy transport under the toughest conditions. The robust, powerful and flexible low-bed trailer can be adapted to the most diverse load and route requirements. With a low tare weight and an axle load of up to 16 tons, it offers extraordinary load-bearing capacity for transporting high loads and working machines. This makes loading and unloading just as easy as passing bridges, tunnels or tight bends. This is because they benefit from an extremely flexible and loadable excavator bridge and a deep and continuously wide excavator handle trough. In addition, extremely short set-up times are possible thanks to the fast coupling and uncoupling of the front chassis.
At the Goldhofer exhibition stand (Hall 5, Stand T 215), visitors can take a direct look at Goldhofer’s most powerful low-bed semi-trailer with a payload of around 120 tons. The powerful machine offers the highest payloads in the excavator bed and can be extended to a low-bed bridge by the use of inlay mattresses as well as flexibly adapted to the requirements of any cargo such as construction machinery or assets by the optional use of the front chassis. This enables extremely heavy loads to be transported quickly to their destination over long distances without long detours. “For our customers, the STZ-VP 8 is a universal trailer. It is ideally suited for all transport tasks, especially when it comes to transporting heavy machinery. This ranges from an earth auger weighing 90 tons, which has to be moved on unpaved construction sites, to equally massive cranes or stone crushers, which have to be transported over longer distances. The modular concept of our all-rounder also allows operation in a five- or eight-axle configuration, so that individual transport requirements can be met more quickly,” explains Romuald Espinasse, Sales Manager France at Goldhofer.
Goldhofer model series STZ-VP
Goldhofer’s STZ-VP series low-bed trailers are used by companies wherever demanding cargo has to reach its destination quickly and safely on routes with different terrain and narrowest passages. Thanks to their high axle load, large steering angle and longer loading areas, they are ideally suited for heavy or heaviest loads such as tanks, excavators and other large and bulky pieces of cargo. The trailer series, which can be individually configured to the requirements of almost all loads, together with a wide range of accessories, offers an economical, manoeuvrable and powerful solution even for the heaviest loads.
To be seen at Solutrans: the Goldhofer STZ-VP 8 low-bed semitrailer, proven in tough everyday use.
Latest news from Goldhofer
Goldhofer AG (Memmingen/Germany) and Francis Klein Machine Tools (FKMT) Technologies LLP (Bangalore/India) have signed a joint venture for the production of ground handling equipment. The aim of the cooperation is to manufacture and sell Goldhofer’s range of freight and aircraft tow trailers for the Indian market and to set up a service hub and training centre. In Bangalore it is planned to start with the production of the conventional aircraft tractors of the “BISON” family as well as the freight tractors of the “SHERPA” series.
Through the cooperation with FKMT Technologies, Goldhofer strengthens its market activities in the Airport Technology division in one of the fastest growing markets for ground handling. “The joint venture agreement signed today is a first and important step for us to meet the growing demand for our airport vehicles on the Indian subcontinent. The predicted doubling of air traffic in India by 2027 will only be possible with more aircraft and thus more tractors. We are therefore very pleased to have a proven and experienced local partner at our side who will support us in establishing and expanding our market presence in this dynamic environment,” said Lothar Holder, CEO of Goldhofer AG and Head of Airport Technology GmbH, at the signing of the contract.