During this COVID 19 pandemic, the trucking industry is facing many complications. Challenges to move goods using key supply chains and components are compromising deliveries. Transport challenges that van and flatbed trucking carriers. This holiday season has added a strain on flatbed transportation carriers throughout the nation.
Staple goods like toilet paper and others are hard to keep on the shelves so that strategic supplies can be moved to hospitals and health care providers as needed. These goods need to be moved as part of this essential operation. Some manufacturers such as auto production facilities shifted their production lines to manufacture personal protective supplies.
Van and flatbed transportation companies shifted priorities to move these essential goods explaining the empty shelves for other more staple items at stores across the nation. As this latest type of supply map was accepted as the new normal flow of goods; responsibilities, assets, personnel, and processes were balanced in everyday changes to accomplish this new normal needed to fight back the pandemic.
The best managers that can adapt to these changes will survive all others that may be more intelligent or stronger.
Manufactured by “Faymonville Trailers to the Max” in 5 production facilities: Luxembourg, Belgium, Poland, Italy and Russia this 10-axle dual max trailer is modular and features a dual-lane system that can move the most complicated payloads. Because of the patented lift and shift system available in this trailer, the most versatile and complex cargoes can be moved easily in today’s challenging northeast economy.
Even when loaded the axles and chassis can be widened from thirteen feet eleven inches up to sixteen eighteen and even twenty feet. Adapting on the fly state by state to adhere to each state’s regulations cannot get any easier with the use of this advanced trailer. Adjusting your equipment haulers is quick, responsive, and safe.
DualMAX trailer 10 axle line
To form just the size trailer that is needed to move even the most complicated oversized transport these dual max bogies are available in several axle lines. They can be steered and suspended thanks to the Pendle axle system hydraulics. In keeping the maximum stability recommended the axles operate independently of each other following the most advanced engineering requirements for maneuverability and safety, to date.
Allowing the trailer to be widened even when fully loaded the lift and shift system provides steerable angles up to 55 degrees with a total stroke of 29.5 inches with a maximum load per axle of 52,000 pounds at 50 miles per hour. The trailer remains static because the steering rods do not need to be disassembled during the adjustment process.
When ready to return to home base this trailer can be easily condensed to fit on a normal flatbed trailer for the return leg of the transport. Gooseneck and drawbar configurations are available for this trailer allowing for the incorporation of many decks and accessories to accentuate this highly versatile trailer.
Heavy equipment carriers move suspension beam systems, perimeter widening decks, extra-low transformer decks and turntables with this over-dimensional trucking trailer and its adjustable features. In meeting all the DOT requirements all configurations can be easily adjusted for over-dimensional shipping in the USA and all North America. The Faymonville DualMax trailer is a modular heavy haul platform trailer using the widen able patented lift and shift system that was designed and developed specifically for heavy equipment transport companies in North America.
Heavy equipment hauling needs to be focused on many safety and regulatory factors. These factors are set in place for the safety and the protection of the heavy haul freight being transported. The totally closed environment option is adequate to move the many different types of climate-sensitive machinery making sure engineering specifications are in place.
The heating systems on these trailers are controlled to the precise temperatures needed according to engineering specifications for moving these heavy haul freight cargoes. The demanding winter weather that exposes these loads to harsh conditions can be tamed using the climate-controlled options that these trailers can monitor. After all, you want your freight to travel from point A to point B safely and with all its quality in place.
Equipment Haulers require several different permits, depending on their cargo and how long they will travel. These permits allow them to travel for several days, several trips, and carry heavier cargo. While not all these permits are universal, they do exist for several types of equipment haulers and heavy equipment transportation vehicles.
Permits Required for Equipment Haulers
1. Single Trip
This permit allows the transportation of equipment to one specific point. Any movement should be between two specific points and through confirmed routes.
2. Round Trip
This permit for a trip includes a return to the point of origin during a 5-day period. Mostly used to transport equipment from and back to a single point of origin.
Shipping goods, especially through heavy haul companies, can be an expensive endeavor. It’s also the area where many people are looking to cut corners. Sadly, this is why people might feel like they can curb unnecessary expenses, such as skipping on the shipment insurance.
There’s also a misconception that if they are working with flatbed heavy haul companies, they may not have to pay for the extra shipment. However, what they don’t realize is that shipment insurance is not just the responsibility of the shipping company.
The business can also benefit from getting the shipping insurance as well. If you are not sure about getting shipping insurance, the following highlights some key benefits that businesses stand to gain from this method:
When it comes to safety in the heavy haul trucking industry, things can often look bleak. Heavy haul transportation services are one of the most important services required by businesses and individuals alike. But this adventurous job is also one of the riskiest jobs as driving a giant flatbed carrierfor hours each day, coupled with hectic schedules and various other factors is surely not an easy task.
In recent months officials in Arkansas have been debating over the implementation of a bill passed. This bill would allow speed limits on freeways in the state to be raised to 75 miles per hour. The bill was introduced on March 16th, 2017 by the Arkansas House and was passed on April 7th, 2017. This bill would allow speed limits to go up to 75 mph in rural interstate freeways and would set rural non-divided highway speed limits to 65 mph. Despite the passage of the bill by the Arkansas House, state highway officials have halted the implementation of the new law. Continue reading “Arkansas Speed Limit Increases and its implications on Arkansas Transportation”