Nothegger Relies On 30 New K�gel Cargo Rail Trailers

April 2012
Trailer/Body Builders Exclusive Insight;4/19/2012, p2
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The article reports on Nothegger Transport Logistik GmbH's addition of 30 K�gel Cargo Rail trailers into its fleet. The move is expected to reduce carbon dioxide emission by 40,000 tons annually. Modifications made to make the Cargo Rail loadable to railway systems are described, including the chassis frame's reinforcement and the inclusion of an aramide fabric gripper tarpaulin protection. The payload reserves of the rail-loadable cargo are also addressed.


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