Bigge starts rental of trailer fleet

By D.Ann Shiffler17 May 2010

Bigge Crane & Rigging, which owns and operates one of the nation's largest trailer fleets, has begun renting trailers. Ranked annually among the largest heavy haul and specialized transportation companies in North America, Bigge has hundreds of trailers available to support any type of transportation, the company says.

Bigge's trailer fleet includes everything from traditional flat beds, step decks, double drops, and removable goose necks to more advanced beam and dolly, Scheuerle SPMT, Goldhofer self-powered and towable modular platform trailers, and dual lane modular platform trailers.

Bigge said it would rent beam and dolly transporters on an operated and maintained basis. The others, including Goldhofer and Scheuerle modular platform trailers, Bigge rents on an O&M basis to the western US, and on a bare rental basis nationwide.

"Bigge has the largest Goldhofer fleet in the US, and we had been repeatedly asked by our crane rental customers to rent trailers" said Sales Manager Brian Noga, "Having added almost a hundred trailers to our fleet recently, it seemed like it was the perfect time to start offering them for rent."

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