SCHEUERLE is exhibitor at Conexpo-Con/AGG
- SCHEUERLE has been successful in North America since 50 years
- SCHEUERLE SPMT PowerHoss will be exhibited at Conexpo-Con/AGG
Anniversary: SCHEUERLE has been on the US market for 50 years
SCHEUERLE has a long success story in the USA for many decades. SCHEUERLE has been present on the American continent for exactly 50 years at the time of Conexpo-Con / AGG. In 1970 the steel producer Bethlehem Steel Corporation received two vehicles from the Pfedelbach, Germany factory. Today, SCHEUERLE is the leader in the US shipyard transporter, SPMT and special vehicle segment for the aerospace industry. The use of SPMT and other special vehicles from SCHEUERLE across all segments of heavy goods logistics and especially in construction machinery logistics is widespread in the US. SCHEUERLE also produces platform transporters and other transport solutions e.g. for rail vehicles, for the energy industry and for refineries.
New name for SCHEUERLE SPMT light is SCHEUERLE SPMT PowerHoss
SCHEUERLE is showing the SPMT PowerHoss at booth F3264 at the Conexpo-Con / AGG trade fair in the United States. These compact, self-propelled transport modules are also specialists for heavy in-house transport. The designation SPMT PowerHoss replaces the previous designation SPMT light. Because the vehicles of the PowerHoss series are robust, powerful, reliable and economical workhorses.
With the self-propelled, modular SPMT vehicles (Self Propelled Modular Transporter), SCHEUERLE, a company of the Transporter Industry International Group (TII Group) of the Otto Rettenmaier family of entrepreneurs, revolutionized heavy transport logistics in the early 1980s. Following the introduction of the SPMT, production processes for the modular construction of industrial and conveyor systems as well as for infrastructure projects could be set up for the future. Due to the modular design, the individual modules in the standard container dimension of 2.43 meters can be put together to form larger and payload-stronger combinations.
SCHEUERLE SPMT PowerHoss is compact and has a high payload
A special SPMT version, especially for internal logistics, is the SCHEUERLE SPMT PowerHoss. So far, this operated as SPMT light. But the transport modules of this series are by no means light in terms of functionality or payload. With the new name, the vehicle manufacturer makes it clear that the compact platform trucks are reliable, economical and powerful workhorses. Representing the series, SCHEUERLE will be presenting the SCHEUERLE SPMT PowerHoss with four axle lines and a diesel drive at booth F3264 at the leading American trade fair for construction vehicles and construction machinery Conexpo-Con / AGG in Las Vegas (March 10 to 14, 2020).
Proven SPMT technology and functionality
The SCHEUERLE SPMT PowerHoss, which optionally has two or four axle lines, is the compact all-rounder in in-house logistics that allows full flexibility for transport tasks, for example on the company premises and in production halls. Payloads of up to 86 or 176 tons are possible with two or four axle lines. The SPMT PowerHoss has the technology from the SPMT series that has been tried and tested for decades and thus the advantages of the conventional SPMT transporter, namely the robust construction of the running gear and the electronic multi-directional steering with all known steering programs, which enables highly precise navigation of the transported goods. Individual SCHEUERLE SPMT PowerHoss modules can be easily coupled using the plug-and-play principle, either mechanically or electronically in an open network, both laterally and lengthwise, in order to accommodate larger and heavier goods.
Additional equipment extends the range of tasks
Long material can also be easily transported on these vehicles. For this purpose, the top of the platform has fastening points to fix special transport stools for the long material transport. In addition, the module transporters of the SCHEUERLE SPMT PowerHoss series are available with both diesel and electric drives. This means that zero-emission transport is already possible today!