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MAFI with repeat order for DCT Gdansk

MAFI will deliver another 25 terminal tractors to Poland’s biggest container and ro-ro terminal operator

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MAFI with repeat order for DCT Gdansk

Following a public tender organised by DCT Gdansk earlier this year, MAFI was awarded a contract for 25 more terminal tractors in the summer and all the machines will be delivered during the first four months of 2019.


With already 40 MAFI tractors already in place, which were sold around three years ago, the company will have supplied 65 tractors to the Polish operator.


The new contract comprises 19 type T 230 4x2 terminal tractors and six type R 336 4x4 ro-ro tractors including a detachable ballast weight. As an added feature, a snowplough can be attached to each of the ro-ro tractors. “These ro-ro tractors will replace tractors of another brand as DCT considered our tractors to be the best solution for their operation,” said MAFI’s sales manager Harald Lutz.


The tractors are equipped with Volvo Stage IV engines up to 210 kW and transmissions from ZF.


"The new tractors will help DCT continue growing to achieve their future targets," added Lutz.

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