Faymonville gets US patent rights for dual lane trailers

By John Skelly02 March 2015

Alain Faymonville (left) and Earl Sutton (right).

Alain Faymonville (left) and Earl Sutton (right).

On Feb. 19, Faymonville acquired the complete U.S. patent rights for dual lane multi-axle transport vehicles, also known as the “897 patent.” As a result Faymonville will launch a new dual lane trailer concept called DualMax which will allow U.S. customers to purchase their trailer without infringing upon the 897 patent.

Faymonville will be represented at this week’s SC&RA Specialized Transportation Symposium in Atlanta.

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