Low-bed trailer manufacturer Goldhofer has launched an innovative new range aimed at offering greater flexibility to hauliers who carry heavy loads.
Goldhofer’s new ADDrive range can be used as both a self-propelled vehicle and as a towed module – which the German manufacturer claims removes the need for transporting cargo from a road transport vehicle to a self-propelled transporter when awkward road conditions arise.
The company says that ADDrive is equally effective powering trailers on roads as it is at tackling difficult terrain.
Marketers have also been quick to point out that the vehicle is ideal for bridge crossings – being able to switch from towing configuration to self-propelled unit and back again quickly and effectively.
Goldhofer also claims that the ADDdrive suffers from less oil-related wear and benefits from lower maintenance efforts than previous models.
The multi-purpose trailer can be easily combined with most cabs that feature pivot bearings, along with all vehicles in Goldhofer’s SL range.
Stefan Fuchs, CEO at Goldhofer, said that the launch of ADDrive had seen an “outstanding” number of orders made following the recent Bauma construction and innovation exhibition in Munich.
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