Nooteboom Trailer Service has now 3 branches in the Netherlands and more than 50 service partners in Europe. This means that you can have your vehicle serviced, by professional and expert staff, in a location near to where you are. And this applies to vehicles of all makes, not just Nooteboom vehicles.
You will find that at all the Nooteboom Trailer Service branches they are always up to date and have all the expertise needed to professionally repair and service your special trailer.
Service centres in the Netherlands
Chr. Huijgensstraat 1 - 6603 BB Wijchen
PO Box 248 - 6600 AE Wijchen
Tel. +31 24 6488841 - Fax +31 24 6488821
Scheepmakersstraat 10 - 3334 KG – Zwijndrecht
T +31 10 7138400 F +31 10 7138409
Recently the top 100 of the best performing manufacturing companies in Holland has been announced. Nooteboom Trailers is listed in this overview on place 99 and is the only trailer manufacturer in this overview.
Bolk Transport b.v. from Almelo has this year invested in no less than 35 Nooteboom pendle axle lines to provide them with transport solutions for carrying loads such as the components for wind turbines, industrial goods and earthmoving machinery. As well as various low-loaders with pendle axles and Interdolly plus a trio of Super Wing Carriers for transporting 70-metre-long rotor blades, the delivery includes two MULTI-PX modular semi low-loaders with Multidolly.
Ulferts & Wittrock, with their head office in Oldenburg (D), is a leading company supplying cranes and abnormal road transport. Recently they have added several 6-axle Nooteboom extendible semi low-loaders to their fleet, as well as the latest generation Nooteboom 8-line MCO-PX semi low-loader with detachable Multidolly.
The PXE low-loader with 9 axle lines, configured with an ICP Interdolly with 3-axle lines and Pendel-X low-loader with 6-axle lines, is the latest showpiece in the Nooteboom low-loader programme. The first combination was recently delivered to the Danish company Bomholt and offers a gross combination weight of around 155 tonnes (at 80km/h) on the European roads. By now several of these new combinations have been sold and will soon be ready to be delivered.
One of the youngest players in the wind turbine transport sector is the German company A.M. Kran Wind GmbH from Schwedt/Oder-Heinersdorf. A.M. Kran Wind (in Poland operational since 1997) has been active in Germany for more than 2 years is owned by Maciej Gozdzik, who also owned the polish special transport company EUROKRAN-2 Sp. z.o.o. .