TRUCKING & LOGISTICS

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HOOKLIFT TRUCK

Hydraulic hooklift hoists are mounted on heavy duty trucks to enable hauliers to change out flatbeds, dumpster bodies, and similar containers. Primarily used in conjunction with tilt frame bodies and specialised roller containers, generally designed for the transportation of materials in the waste, recycling, scrap and demolition industries, as well as for disposal of construction debris.

The system employs a series of hydraulic rams to hook, lift and hoist the container onto the chassis of the truck. There are several configuration options, and strict guidelines which must be followed to ensure that the container is secured on the truck in transit.

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FLATBED

Flatbeds, or flat decks, consist of just a load floor and removable side rails and a bulkhead in front to protect the tractor in the event of a load shift. They can haul almost anything that can be stacked on and strapped down.

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LOWBOY

Lowboy is a semi-trailer with two drops in deck height: one right after the gooseneck and one right before the wheels.It offers the ability to carry legal loads up to 12 ft (3.66 m) tall, which other trailers cannot. Lowboys are used to haul heavy equipment such as bulldozers and large industrial equipment.

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DRY VAN

The 53′ dry van is the most common truckload trailer on the road. Dry van trailers are fully enclosed boxes designed to transport a wide range of freight safely and securely. Each trailer can haul up to 45,000 lbs, making dry van the industry standard for moving non-perishable goods on both local and over-the-road (OTR) lanes.

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WALKING FLOOR

Walking floor trailers are hydraulically-driven moving-floor conveyance system for moving bulk material or palletized products. It automates and facilitates loading and unloading of palletized goods by eliminating the need for a forklift to enter the trailer.

In a truck-based application, the system can quickly unload loose material without having to tip the trailer or tilt the floor as with other dumping systems.

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