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3 Dees Transport opts for Krone container chassis

Port of Tilbury-based 3 Dees Transport has added six Krone Box Liner container chassis to its fleet

 

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3 Dees Transport opts for Krone container chassis

3 Dees operates a mixed trailer fleet of maximum-payload curtainsiders, low loaders and container chassis throughout the UK and Europe.

 

Director Kenny Elsdon explained: “Low tare-weight and flexible loading are key to maintaining a competitive service and as container transport is a significant part of our operation, it’s important to use only the most flexible equipment which will enable us to achieve maximum utilisation and a fast return on investment.”

 

The sliding-bogie Krone Box Liner is designed to carry one or two 20fts, 30ft, 40ft and 45ft containers, or any standard sized tanktainer, with quick-release twist locks to ensure fast and easy handling.

 

Manufactured by Krone in Germany, the Box Liner was designed with close involvement from the Krone UK sales team, primarily to ensure compatibility with the UK and Irish market. The Box Liners come with the latest KTL paint application process and optional telematics technology.

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