Five prize-winning trailer innovations at IAA

Schenck, Paul
February 2007
Trailer / Body Builders;Feb2007, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p44
Trade Publication
The article looks at prize-winning trailer innovations at IAA commercial truck show in Hanover, Germany. Steering Correction Mechanism (SCM) by Silvertip Design of Richmond in Great Britain was the winner of the top award in the trailer concept category. Schmitz Cargobull grabbed the top prize for trailer chassis innovation with its sliding bogie container chassis. The Lexguard system developed by Intertruck Benelux won the Trailer Innovation 2007 first prize in the trailer safety category.


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